Pennsylvania Game Commission Finalizes Rules and Derails Efforts to Use Semi-Auto Rifles for Big Game Hunting

| March 29, 2017

Pennsylvania Game Commission Finalizes Rules and Derails Efforts to Use Semi-Auto Rifles for Big Game Hunting

Yesterday, the Pennsylvania Game Commission chose not to respect the rich hunting heritage of Pennsylvania gun owners by rejecting the rule which would have allowed hunters to use semi-automatic rifles in some of the most popular seasons throughout the state.  By excluding the use of semi-automatic rifles for big game seasons, they have essentially eradicated the efforts and progress made last session with the passage and enactment of House Bill 236.  

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