I posted one of these pictures on Facebook and mentioned that you know there are people with authority issues!  They are from three distinct locations.  Some from the park in Jerome on the north side of the Snake River Canyon.  People use signs as targets in the area (and some dump garbage) and leave calling cards behind in the form of dents and holes.

A couple of other pictures from the road between here and Jarbidge, Nevada.  I suspect there aren’t many deputies patrolling the area and people feel at liberty to squeeze off a few rounds.

The other is near Kuna.  I had gone birding at the canyon near the city and as I was driving back noticed someone had decided they didn’t like being regimented by traffic signs.

I suppose I need to qualify this post with the obvious; shooting signs aside public roads and in public parks would be dangerous and the habit of really stupid, dangerous, and sociopathic people.  You’re welcome!

A Wrong Turn Near Kuna

If you miss, you're shooting across the road just around the bend.  We have some MENSA rejections.

Credit Bill Colley.
Credit Bill Colley.
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Near Shooting Range in Jerome

Apparently, someone couldn't wait for an actual target.

Credit Bill Colley.
Credit Bill Colley.
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On the Drive Between Jarbidge and Idaho

You realize ammo is expensive.  Why waste it here?

Credit Bill Colley.
Credit Bill Colley.
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This Sign has a Bad Case of Acne

Credit Bill Colley.
Credit Bill Colley.
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Some Signs are Bullet Free

I suppose this sign survives because it suggests a certain spirit when it comes to liberty.

Credit Bill Colley.
Credit Bill Colley.
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