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February 27, 2007

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Discussion Topic Update: Sportsmen Fight Idaho’s In-Line Ban

Last month, we asked for your comments on a story reporting that Idaho had adopted new rules to ban in-line muzzleloaders during primitive-weapons seasons. Many of you disapproved of the change. You were hardly alone.

From the Casper Star Tribune:

The Idaho Fish and Game Commission may revisit its decision to ban the use of in-line muzzleloader rifles in some hunting seasons, after commissioners have been deluged with letters and phone calls from angry hunters.

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