Hunting small animals such as rodents and birds for pest control is legal. The requirements for hunting are that the shooter has a hunting license, the rifle has a muzzle velocity of at least 180 m / s, the projectile has at least one .22 caliber, is designed for expansion and has at least 16 joules of impact energy.  In Bulgaria, anyone over the age of 18 can obtain an air rifle if their muzzle energy is less than 24 joules. If it is greater than 24 joules, the air gun is subject to the police notification regime. Can`t be purchased online, but some gun stores legally deliver them with their own supplier. Since September 2013, air guns with an initial energy of less than 20 joules (14 ft lbf) can be purchased by anyone over the age of 18, and no license is required. (Previously, the limit was 10 joules.) For air rifles with 20 joules of muzzle energy or more, a hunting licence or club shooting licence is required.   However, hunting or pest control with air rifles is illegal in France.  ANACORTES, Chapter 9.36 Anacortic WEAPONS, Washington Ordinance Code9.36.010 Aiming at or unloading weapons.A.It is illegal for a person who does not have the legal authority to point a firearm, pistol, revolver or other firearm, whether loaded or not, at a human being or to intentionally fire a firearm within the city limits or intentionally unload an air force. Bow and arrow, slingshot or similar weapon in any place where it could unduly endanger persons or property, whether or not it causes injury or damage. B. Illegally targeting or firing weapons is a criminal offence. (Ord.
1289 §2, 2002). CAMAS,Chapter 9.28 WEAPONS Camas, Washington Code of Ordinances9.28.030 Aiming at or unloading firearms.1.For conduct that does not violate Chapter 9A.36 of the Revised Washington Code, any person who:(a) directs firearms, whether loaded or not, at or on a human being;(b) intentionally discharges a firearm, air rifle or other weapon or throws a lethal missile into a public place; or in a place where a person could be at risk as a result. A public place does not include a place where firearms can lawfully be fired; Except as provided in RCW 9.41.185, a trap, spring pistol, rifle or other dangerous weapon, although not injured, is guilty of a serious offence. (Order 2398 § 5, 2005: previous code § 5.48.040) (Ordinance No. 2598, § II, 9-20-2010)9.28.040 Pistol – Prohibited carrying. No person may carry a pistol in a vehicle unless he is unloaded or carries a pistol hidden in his person, except at his place of residence or permanent establishment, without a permit to do so in accordance with Chapter 9.41.CARNATION, Chapter 9.16 FIREARMS AND DANGEROUS WEAPONS Carnation, Washington Ordinance Code9.16.020 Illegal Use of Air Rifles, bows and arrows and crossbows – Penalty.A.It is illegal for any person:1.Sell a crossbow to anyone under the age of eighteen. 614 § 1 (Part), 2001) 9.16.030 The use of air rifles, crossbows, bows and arrows and similar weapons is prohibited – Exceptions.A.It is unlawful for anyone to use an air rifle, crossbow, bow and arrow or other similar weapons intended for or used for hunting wild animals or wild birds within the city limits, except as provided for in Subsection B of this Article. B.La subsection A of this section does not affect or apply to the following:1.The use of air rifles, crossbows or bows and arrows, with due regard to the safety others.a.At of an archery range, meeting or other similar facility authorized or approved by the City;b.On and in the private property of the user;c.On and in the private property of others with the express permission of the owner; Ord. For the humane destruction of a dangerous animal or an animal or bird suffering from serious injuries or diseases. (Ord.
614 § 1 (Part), 2001) CHENEY,CHAPTER 9A.07 CHENEY FIREARMS, Washington Ordinance Code9A.07.010 Unloading firearms within city limits. Any person who fires or discharges an air compression rifle or a pistol or a weapon, rifle, poultry piece, pistol or other firearm within the city limits of Cheney without first obtaining the permission of the Chief of Police is guilty of any offence; Provided that this section does not apply to police officers and other peace officers who lawfully perform their duties. (Order No. J-44, § 4 (Part), 1976) CHEWELAH, Chapter 9.08 UNLOADING OF WEAPONS – Chewelah, Washington – Code of Ordinances9.08.010 – Illegal Unloading of Weapons. It is illegal for any person within the city limits of Chewelah to fire a firearm and/or fire or throw a projectile with a pistol, air or CO 2 barrel, rifle, pistol, slingshot or bow capable of firing or launching a shot, bullet, bullet, stone, throw gravel, arrow or other substance or rocket that can or could cause injury when a person or animal is hit. A written exemption that allows an organization to use aerial weapons or CO2 or slingshots for educational or recreational purposes may be granted by City Council on a case-by-case basis. (Order 473 § 1, 1984) (Order No. 840, § 2, 3-7-2012) COLLEGE PLACE,Chapter 12.20 CITY PARKS College Place, Washington Code of Ordinances12.20.060 Prohibited Firearms and Other Dangerous Weapons. It is illegal to carry a firearm, pistol, rifle, shotgun, bow and arrow, crossbow, scarf, air rifle, BB weapon or any other weapon or device capable of throwing or propelling a projectile into any city park. (Order 684 § 6, 1992) COUPEVILLE, Chapter 9.08 HUNTING AND SHOOTING – Coupeville, Washington – Code of Ordinances9.08.020 – Prohibited shooting. It is illegal for a person to aim, fire or fire a slingshot, arrow, air pistol, pistol, pistol, revolver, tear gas pistol or spray, pistol or spray, other firearm or weapon that may cause bodily harm within or outside the city limits in such a way that bullets, Pellets, rockets or other projectiles released by such actions could land within the city limits.
This section does not apply to peace officers in the lawful performance of their duties or to the lawful discharge of a weapon in accordance with section 9A.16 of the RCW. (Order 530 § 3, 1996)9.08.030 – Violation – Punishment.Any person who violates the provisions of this chapter is guilty of an offence which may be punishable by a fine of up to one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) or imprisonment of up to ninety (90) days or a fine and imprisonment. (Ord.