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Can a person sight a rifle in legally tommorrow (friday)?

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After going over to a range in north dakota today and firing three shots, I found out that my gun got bumped or something and now I have the task of sighting it in still because I didnt have to time to start over at 25 yards and I wanted to check my scope mounts first. What I want to know is if I can legally sight in tommorrow in back home in minnesota or do I need to do it in north dakota tommorrow?

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You can if you take it to a gun club or rifle range. The handbook states that you may not out in the open areas where a deer may be taken like your hunting land, cabin, woods etc.. No firearm capable of taking big game can be affield up to 5-days prior to opening day.

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