Appendix J. Ordinance to Designate Areas Where Firearms and Pneumatic Guns May Not Be Shot  


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  • APPENDIX J. Ordinance to Designate Areas Where Firearms and Pneumatic Guns May Not Be Shot.

    Except as otherwise provided in Chapter 6, no person shall shoot a firearm or a pneumatic gun in Fairfax County. If a person is in full compliance with Chapter 6 of the Fairfax County Code, then that person may shoot a firearm in the following areas. In addition, a person may shoot a pneumatic gun in the following areas and as otherwise allowed by Section 6-1-2.1:

    (A) That portion of Fairfax County bounded by a line beginning where the boundary between Fairfax County and Loudoun County meet at the Potomac River, then southeast following the Potomac River boundary between Fairfax County, Virginia, and the State of Maryland until where Difficult Run enters the Potomac River, then from the confluence of the Potomac River and Difficult Run southwest to the northwest corner of property identified by Fairfax County Tax Map No. 14-3, 001, Parcel 10, then southwest along the northwestern boundary of properties identified by Fairfax County Tax Map No. 14-3, 001, Parcels 9 and 10, and Tax Map No. 20-1, 001, Parcels 6 and 6A to Georgetown Pike (Route 193), then from the intersection of Georgetown Pike and Towlston Road (State Route 676) southwest along Towlston Road to the intersection of Towlston Road and Leesburg Pike (State Route 7), then northwest along Leesburg Pike to the Loudoun County boundary, then northeast along the Loudoun County boundary to the beginning point at the Potomac River.

    (B) That portion of Fairfax County bounded by a line beginning at a point where Sully Road (State Road 28) crosses the boundary between Fairfax County and Loudoun County, then southwest following the Loudoun County boundary to the point where it meets the boundary between Fairfax County and Prince William County, then southeast along the Prince William boundary to the Potomac River, then generally north following the eastern border to Fairfax County to Accotink Creek, then north along Accotink Creek to Richmond Highway (U.S. Route 1), then west along Richmond Highway to Lorton Road (State Route 642), then west along Lorton Road to Silverbrook Road (State Route 600), then north and then west along Silverbrook Road to the intersection with Ox Road (State Route 123), then northwest along Ox Road to the intersection of Braddock Road (State Route 620), then west along Braddock Road to New Braddock Road, then west along New Braddock Road to the intersection with Centreville Road (State Road 28), then north along Centreville Road and Sully Road to the beginning point at the Loudoun County boundary. (44-93-J, § 1; 21-11-J.)