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    Quote Originally Posted by LowbanksArcher View Post
    Not encasing a bow or gun before and after legal hours. I don't really know anyone that actually does this.
    That is true. I think only a low % of people withs bows actually do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blasted_saber View Post
    I do. Sock or soft case depending on the situation.
    Let me re-phrase. I don't know anyone, outside of responsible OOD members, that follow this rule.
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    I believe there are alot of stupid rules they enforce and i think these rules need to be updated to get with the times, cases after dark, and the immediate tagging rule just to name a few. I do not think that just because someone wants to take a pic of a deer first before tagging that he or she has any intent on breaking a law. well this should get things going.

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    hunting with unlicenced dog, don't know anyone who buys a licence for their dog, don't know the point in having to licence the dog, pure cash grab. Told the dog it needed a licence, hope she doesn't get charged cause she has no money to pay the fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ysyg View Post
    When muzzle load hunting deer, after removing the primer and casing my rifle I sometimes forget to remove the powder and bullet before storing for the night.
    Pretty sure once the primer is removed and the gun is cased your legal, don't believe you have to remove powder and bullet every day

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishing1 View Post
    .... the immediate tagging rule just to name a few. I do not think that just because someone wants to take a pic of a deer first before tagging that he or she has any intent on breaking a law.
    I agree totally. The literal interpretation of "immediately tag" is ridiculous. Moving your big game or Turkey before tagging is one thing, but taking a photo at the kill site before tagging should not be treated as an offence. I think this is simply a case of an enforcement officer being naive about the intent of the law.

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    Quote Originally Posted by double lung View Post
    hunting with unlicenced dog, don't know anyone who buys a licence for their dog, don't know the point in having to licence the dog, pure cash grab. Told the dog it needed a licence, hope she doesn't get charged cause she has no money to pay the fine.
    If you mean an MNRF license, then dogs must be licensed for hunting, deer, moose, bear, raccoon and I think turkey. We always license our deer dogs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bushman007 View Post
    Pretty sure once the primer is removed and the gun is cased your legal, don't believe you have to remove powder and bullet every day
    Suppose to be unloaded completely for storage. Removing primer is only legal for moving from one hunting place to another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brent View Post
    Suppose to be unloaded completely for storage. Removing primer is only legal for moving from one hunting place to another.
    Must have changed this recently...Removing the primer has always been OK in past....

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    Quote Originally Posted by brent View Post
    Suppose to be unloaded completely for storage. Removing primer is only legal for moving from one hunting place to another.
    The removal of the primer makes the firearm unloaded as far as the FWCA is concerned. Not removing powder and bullet is contrary to the firearms regulations with respect to storage. That one is a criminal offence !

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