I have 2.35 acers with a 50yd. range for target and reloading testing. The backstop is a pile of dirt about 10' high. Behind is farm land with no houses in sight. I had a visit from a deputy after firing 4 rounds from a rifle that hit the target. He said a driver by was wondering if I had a good enough back stop. I told him it was good enough for me. He then told me that I couldn't shoot from a prone or standing position. I was shooting off a bench rest. I looked up Ohio laws and it basicly said you are liable if your bullet leaves your property and hits something and suggest a NRA style backstop. Doe's anyone have more incite on this and was I being shaken down.