dangerous weapon,” you’re guilty of a crime.
It also says that if you operate (or are even armed with) a firearm while you’re under the influence of an intoxicant, you’re in serious hot water. That includes alcohol and controlled substances.
If you’re hunting on someone else’s property, you’re not allowed to discharge a firearm within 100 yards of any building “devoted to human occupancy” unless you have the owner’s express permission.
What Happens if You’re Convicted of Firearm Negligence or Endangering Safety?
As you can see, “endangering safety” can be a pretty broad term. You could end up being charged with a Class A misdemeanor and convicted if the jury feels as if that’s what you did.
Do You Need to Talk to a Lawyer About Hunting and Firearm Negligence Charges?