I wouldnt, but Im just super cautious. Just because you can doesnt mean its smart. You don't have a ton of room for error there. You should be ok just taking a couple of shots to sight in, but I wouldn't plink or take it out and empty 3 or 4 mags just for the hell of it back there. If you do I would not use FMJ just to be on the safe side. Use something softer. My general opinion is that if you have to ask, the answer is probably no.
hrm......that looks supsiciously like a cali compliant arm...... T_T
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Around here, the law says something about not being in a compact urban area, meaning basically, downtown. And outside of that, there is a rule saying you have to be 300' away from any inhabited building. Although, I'm not completely clear on the rules. But I'm pretty sure it says nothing about the actual acreage…...
We have a couple of acres in ny and behind our house is a hill that raises up a hundred yards. We have a small range set up where we've been shooting .22s and shotguns. The hill is the backstop and we are a few hundred yards away from neighbors. Is a 223 too loud or powerful to shoot on our property? I really want one I just love how smooth they shoot and the recoil feels perfect to me.
sounds like you are risking a lot of trouble. heck your AR could eject your brass damn near across an acre lol. OK not really, but I'll put it this way: if my neighbor was shooting an AR outdoors and our lot sizes were only an acre - or only a couple hundred yards away - I'd be visiting him promptly