Massachusetts muzzleloader hunters go modern

Pyne, Lawrence
December 2001
Field & Stream;Dec2001, Vol. 106 Issue 8, p80
Focuses on the creation of muzzleloader season in Massachusetts. Decision of the Massachusetts Fisheries and Wildlife Board to remove muzzleloader hunters use pre-1865-design firearms; Use of modern muzzleloaders to meet the deer management tool; Legality of smokeless powder in hunting.


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