§ 23-10.  Restrictions. 
A.
It is unlawful for any person to discharge a firearm:  
(1)
Carelessly or heedlessly in wanton disregard for the safety of others; or
(2)
Without due caution or circumspection and in a manner so as to endanger any person or
property; 
or  
(3)
Resulting in the unlawful property damage or bodily injury of another.    
B.
It is unlawful for any person to discharge a firearm on the property of another without his 
or her permission.  
C.
It is unlawful to discharge a firearm in any manner which actually results in the projectile leaving
the property on which it is being fired.  
D.
This section shall not be construed as prohibiting discharge of a firearm when used:  
(1)
In lawful defense of person or property;  
(2)
To lawfully take birds or animals pursuant to Chapter 113, Subchapter IV, of the General
Statutes;
(3)
Pursuant to lawful directions of law enforcement officers;  
(4)
By persons lawfully engaged in pest control or the taking of dangerous animals;  
(5)
By members of the armed forces acting in the line of duty; or  
(6)
At historical ceremonial or commemoration functions held for such purpose, provided in
no event shall live ammunition be used or discharged.