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REB BEER
South of I-20
Member since Dec 2010
6028 posts

re: Looks Like Mississippi to Drop Primitive Weapons Season for Crack Barrels

Shit!

I just bought a .35 this week to hunt this year in LA. Wish I would have waited on some of the deals that are about to become available!


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Langston
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Cenla
Member since Nov 2010
6381 posts

re: Looks Like Mississippi to Drop Primitive Weapons Season for Crack Barrels
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don't get this. Could see that resulting in a vastly decreased population.

Why, were using high powered rifles in primitive season now?


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Da Sheik
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Luckenbach, TX
Member since Sep 2007
3025 posts

re: Looks Like Mississippi to Drop Primitive Weapons Season for Crack Barrels
Will bow still start Oct 1st? I loved having a nearly two month jump on the gunners.


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tiger chaser
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B'ham, Al.
Member since Feb 2008
5096 posts

re: Looks Like Mississippi to Drop Primitive Weapons Season for Crack Barrels
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The information I got from someone in MS was they planned to just turn the primitive weapon season into an extended rifle season basically. Going to be one long arse season.



I own land in Miss. The best part of the season is in Jan n Feb. If they would just extend the season a little longer it would help.


dat yat
LSU Fan
Chef Pass
Member since Jun 2011
1710 posts

re: Looks Like Mississippi to Drop Primitive Weapons Season for Crack Barrels
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I own land in Miss. The best part of the season is in Jan n Feb.

I agree, the only decent deer I've shot in southern Miss was after the dog season was over.

I like hunting with my crack barrel and may continue to do so even if the bolt actions are legal.


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DieselTiger1
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9 Dragon
Member since Oct 2008
13006 posts

re: Looks Like Mississippi to Drop Primitive Weapons Season for Crack Barrels
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The best part of the season is in Jan n Feb. If they would just extend the season a little longer it would help.



you would see a lot less decent deer living long enough to become big deer.


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oleyeller
Tennessee Fan
Down South
Member since Oct 2012
15099 posts

re: Looks Like Mississippi to Drop Primitive Weapons Season for Crack Barrels
Im a little confused are they
A) going to drop primitive centerfires (45-70) and during primitive weapon all you can use is black powder or bow?

Or

B) going to drop primitive centerfires and you can use your high power rifle? Basically... Do i need this 45-70 anymore? Im bout to sell this thing ha


Crawdaddy
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Slidell
Member since Sep 2006
13219 posts

re: Looks Like Mississippi to Drop Primitive Weapons Season for Crack Barrels
Mississippi House Bill 1139, which has already cleared the House, would make a centerfire rifle of any caliber and design legal on private lands during any Mississippi gun season


Nodust
LSU Fan
Member since Aug 2010
19130 posts

re: Looks Like Mississippi to Drop Primitive Weapons Season for Crack Barrels
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B) going to drop primitive centerfires and you can use your high power rifle? Basically... Do i need this 45-70 anymore? Im bout to sell this thing ha


Looks like any centerfire rifle allowed during any gun season.

I'll give you $100 for it


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oleyeller
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Down South
Member since Oct 2012
15099 posts

re: Looks Like Mississippi to Drop Primitive Weapons Season for Crack Barrels
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Mississippi House Bill 1139, which has already cleared the House, would make a centerfire rifle of any caliber and design legal on private lands during any Mississippi gun season


Wow.. What about management areas "which i never hunt"


Hammertime
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TGI Fridays
Member since Jan 2012
21373 posts

re: Looks Like Mississippi to Drop Primitive Weapons Season for Crack Barrels
Sure as hell glad I couldn't find a .35 Whelen to buy over deer season


Nodust
LSU Fan
Member since Aug 2010
19130 posts

re: Looks Like Mississippi to Drop Primitive Weapons Season for Crack Barrels
I almost bought a 44mag handi rifle two weeks ago. Glad I didn't, I wouldn't doubt La follows suit with Mississippi.


oleyeller
Tennessee Fan
Down South
Member since Oct 2012
15099 posts

re: Looks Like Mississippi to Drop Primitive Weapons Season for Crack Barrels
Welp just put my 45-70 for sale for $250 and gota call! Guess ima sell the thing


Nodust
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Member since Aug 2010
19130 posts

re: Looks Like Mississippi to Drop Primitive Weapons Season for Crack Barrels


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Da Sheik
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Luckenbach, TX
Member since Sep 2007
3025 posts

re: Looks Like Mississippi to Drop Primitive Weapons Season for Crack Barrels
I use my 4570 when I'm hunting tight quarters in the woods/ladder stands during rifle season. I like the length of it. I could hunt 90% of the stands at my lodge with it.


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RBWilliams8
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Member since Oct 2009
48284 posts

re: Looks Like Mississippi to Drop Primitive Weapons Season for Crack Barrels
My friend in MS JUST got a bad arse "muzzleloader" last season. He gon' be pissed.


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