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Missouri Deer Hunt  
This year(2008/2009) was the first for deer with an airgun, I've heard of quite a few taken, but was wondering if anybody has heard of the official stats and how the states wildlife managers view the season.

Posted By: Jim Chapman
15 February 2009 14:20


North Carolina  
In North Carolina, it is my understanding that air rifles are considered firearms. So, hunting regulations pertain to the caliber of rifle you use.rnrnThe North Carolina Inland Fishing, Hunting, & Trapping Regulations are available from the following site: http://www.ncwildlife.org/fs_index_02_regulations.htm

Posted By: Gearhead
27 March 2009 16:30


Jim, I would like to know where you found that information on coyote hunting in KY  
I am having trouble finding the information and would like more on coyote management in KY.

Posted By: Airrifle.177
22 October 2012 17:16


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