Riggs, Belle Meade is in Montgomery Twp. You are allowed to discharge while hunting.. From Montgomery's page..
3-9 DISCHARGE OF FIREARMS.
As used in this section:
Firearm shall mean any gun, shotgun, rifle, pistol, revolver or other device from which a bullet, shot, ball, slug or other solid projectile is propelled by means of a cartridge or shell or the action of an explosive or the igniting of flammable or explosive substances.
(Ord. #317, S 1)
3-9.2 Loaded Firearms or Discharge of Firearms Prohibited.
It shall be unlawful for any person to discharge any firearm across any State, county or municipal rod or highway, and no person, except the owner or lessee of the property and persons specifically authorized by him in writing, shall have in his possession a loaded firearm or discharge such firearm while within four hundred and fifty (450) feet of any occupied dwelling or a building or within four hundred and fifty (450) feet of any school playground. (Ord. #317, S 2)
Nothing contained in this section shall be interpreted to prohibit the use of discharge or possession of firearms by:
a. Any police officer, constable or other duly constituted officer under the laws of the State of New Jersey, or of the United States of America authorized to carry firearms in the performance of his official duties.
b. Members of the Armed Forces of the United States of America when on duty.
c. Persons lawfully using firearms in the defense or protection of person or property.
d. Hunters lawfully complying with the requirements and provisions of Title 23 of the Revised Statutes, as amended, or any rules and regulations promulgated thereunder; provided, however, that such persons have in their possession a valid hunting license.
e. Any farmer or fruit grower using firearms against gray squirrels, rabbits or hares on property owned or leased by them and used for the raising of fruit, vegetables, trees, shrubbery, nursery stock or other produce; provided however, such persons fully comply with N.J.S.A. 23:4-9.
f. Any person killing crows, woodchucks and vermin when in the act of destroying poultry, crops or property as permitted by N.J.S.A. 23:4-25.
g. Any owner or lessee of any land, a portion of which is pasturefields seeded with cultivated grass or land on which planted crops are growing, or the authorized agents of the owner or lessee of such land having in their possession a written permit issued by the Division of Fish, Game and Shell Fisheries in the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and countersigned by the owner or lessee and in accordance with N.J.S.A. 23:4-42, killing any deer that may be found on that land during the period covered by the permit. This exception shall not be valid for such activity between sunset and sunrise.
h. Persons engaged in target practice within a dwelling or building when employing the use of a properly constructed "bullet trap."
i. Persons while on property owned or leased by such persons with the dated, written permission of the owner or occupant of a dwelling or building where such dwelling or building is within four hundred and fifty (450) feet of the possession or discharge of the firearm(s).
(Ord. #317, S 3; New)