I posted this in "General Glocking" and wanted the Indiana people to give feedback too. .. .. .. .. I was shooting with a friend out in the national forest here in Indiana, and we heard some yelling, so we stopped firing and took out our earplugs. Two older guys(40's - 50's) in camouflage came up to us from out of a ravine and gave us some serious s**t about shooting there and how it was dangerous because people might have been around. Shooting in the National Forest is legal, and we aren't any closer than a mile from any homes or ranches, and we always know what is behind our targets. (many, many trees and dirt) One guy asked to see my handgun license (I have a LCH) but I refused to show him. He then said that I HAD to show him, because the other guy was a cop. I asked to see his badge, then showed him my license. It felt like they were trying to just pull a power trip, what should I have done? Needless to say, we packed up our stuff and left the forest. I am not the only one that shoots there. there are frequently many casings on the ground that are of calibers that i don't own, and i plan on shooting there still. Anyone have constructive comments for me?