I have a 30 acre property where we have 3 neighbors who border it. 2 are great but one is a bit Grumpy. Every few weeks we like to target practice for half an hour or so. We always shoot in the daytime, not too early or too late. The safest place to set up the targets is an area which borders Grumpys Land. We have a couple 22's, a 12 & 20 guage a semi-auto rifle. The shotguns and rifle can be pretty loud especially if someone :shrug: decides to unload a whole clip with the rifle in short order. The problem is old grumpy comes out and starts yelling at us. There are woods between our properties so we can't see him. The first time I thought he was trying to tell us that someone was walking on his property near where we were shooting. Just to be clear, there is no way we could hit someone if we are aiming at the targets as we have the angle set up very carefully. Anyway, we stopped shooting and next we know we see him driving up in his pickup truck thru our fields waving his fist at us then he drives away. We go up to his house to try and find out what the problem is but even though we hear him inside he won't come to the door. Oh well, we tried. Now every time we go shooting he comes outside starts yelling then starts blowing his car horn the entire time we are out there. :shrug: What do you think? Should we find somewhere else for our target practice?