Alaska Statutes.
Title 41. Public Resources
Chapter 21. Parks and Recreational Facilities
Section 22. Discharge of Firearms.
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AS 41.21.022. Discharge of Firearms.

The discharge of firearms during lawful hunting, trapping, and fishing is permitted within the boundaries of: (1) Caines Head State Recreation Area; (2) Chena River State Recreation Area; (3) Chugach State Park; (4) Denali State Park; (5) Kachemak Bay State Park; (6) Kachemak Bay State Wilderness Park; (7) Marine Parks established in AS 41.21.300 - 41.21.306; (8) Quartz Lake State Recreation Area; and (9) Wood-Tikchik State Park, except that all or part of a state park, marine park, wildlife preserve, or recreation area may be closed to the discharge of firearms by regulations adopted by the department for purposes of public safety or, with the concurrence of the Board of Game, for limited areas of Chugach State Park for public display of local wildlife under AS 41.21.121 .

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