I recently moved here from Florida and I had a run in with the police while safely shooting on my property. I've found a few different maps that show my actual dwelling either right on the columbus city line or right outside it, however I'm on 165 acres and 90% of the property is outside of limits. We have a next door neighbor who's house is in between us and highway 45, he lives on 10 acres and says he has no problem with us shooting right off the back porch. There is one more neighbor, just under a half mile south of us, who we believe called in the complaint. Long story short we were shooting skeet in the backyard, in a safe direction, into a backstop, and away from all other property. After about 2 hours of on and off shooting we had 2 columbus PD officers show up, who were very polite and proffesi9nal. They informed us our house was inside city limits and therefore we could not shoot off the back porch, however we could go out into the woods and shoot. When we questioned them about how far we had to go into the woods or where the city limit started/ended they were very vague and didn't offer much information as far as what is/isn't legal. I just wanted to know what we can shoot and where we can legal shoot it. It wouldn't be a big deal to walk back into the property however it is incredibly thick which makes it all but impossible to throw clay targets. Any legal guidance would be appreciated to avoid any further involvement with the police. Thank you and sorry for the poor write up, I'm on my phone.