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Posted 25 September 2011 - 08:38 PM
I believe the only scope restrictions for muzzleloaders apply to "M/L only deer/elk tags" (such as hunt M-8, etc). Check the regs to be sure.
See, that's what I'm thinking. I've taken deer back home in Texas with my muzzleloader, so why not a coyote here? It's not only possible, it's quite doable. We should make doing this a priority. Only thing is, it'd have to be a shot within 100 yds (from what I can tell, the only folks allowed to use scopes on ML's are disabled peeps w/ a special hunting permit). That's not a biggie, just a limitation. My Remington Genesis is itching to get some more blood on it. It hasn't taken any game in a couple of years.
Posted 27 September 2011 - 02:54 PM
I want one of those bad!!! It would be so cool to hunt ducks with a muzzle loading double. The one cabelas sells is expensive though.
Haven't taken a coyote with a BP rifle, but I have with my side by side BP muzzleloader shotgun! It's the same shotgun a few of us shot at the CPS get together up by Kramer Junction a few years ago... #4 buck over 55 grains of 3f does the trick!
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Posted 29 September 2011 - 07:55 PM
I like the way you think
And they'd have a heck of a time proving that you brought more than 25 rounds worth of powder and shot into a refuge......
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