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Gun Gripes #167: “Primitive Weapons Season?”

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In this video we discuss some of the confusion regarding black powder rifles used for primitive weapons season, specifically in Georgia, and the confusion as to what is considered a “muzzleloader” in the eyes of the law. We also discuss the disrespect for the various rules within hunting season and how some people have no regard for the rules in place to give certain hunters a handicap before all hell breaks loose on opening day of rifle season. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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7 thoughts on “Gun Gripes #167: “Primitive Weapons Season?”

  1. I’d like to maybe get into a muzzleloader. But I’m not the kinda hardcore collector who knows what they’re getting into with a really, really old rifle. It would be nice to be able to get a reproduction of something like a percussion cap gun, or a flintlock, but damn if I even know where to start looking.

  2. I also enjoy the old school muzzleloader rifles and concur on your valid point for older firearms. I’m an archery guy myself, but do like the fact that Georgia allows youth to hunt with a centerfire rifle on a wma during primitive weapons hunts. My son bagged a very nice hog on a primitive weapons hunt with a 308 he has been practicing with all year. One proud dad here :). So Georgia dnr do get a few things right lol

  3. I thought the Powder pellets were a neat innovation myself. It reduces the likelihood of mis-measuring your charge, though I didn’t know much about them. I take it you can’t just chuck them in any old priming system then?

  4. In Missouri it’s called “alternative” weapons season. That includes all muzzleloaders, bows, crossbows, atlatls, and even centerfire handguns. I plan on hunting with a 1911 if I hunt during that portion of deer season. When I do use a muzzleloader it’s an inline, using triple 7, 209 primers, pushing jacketed bullets. The fact that some are offended by that is just icing on the cake.

  5. If it’s brown it’s down here in Buffalo County Wisconsin we have 41 deer per square mile and we have all these fancy pants hunters that come for a weekend and shoot the biggest buck in the area and leave

  6. I drew the line at spears….wtf!…not humane.not to mention how far the animal runs with a speer in its belly . how tough will the meat be with all that adrenaline pumping through it.

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