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Old 11-06-2016, 05:14 AM
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Oldtimr
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Barnes, the great divide, as you call it, isn't the seasons, it is hunters who either don't want to buy a flintlock or don't want to practice with one until they are proficient with one. Everyone is free to hunt the flintlock season, all they have to do is get a flintlock. Whether the inline crowd wants to admit is or not, an inline is not a primitive firearm and the flintlock season is a primitive firearm season. I am glad the PGC is holding the line on not allowing other types of muzzle loaders in the flintlock season. The season is called a Flintlock season and not a muzzle loader season for a reason. Bottom line is, no one is denied hunting that season, all they have to do is comply with the requirements. Complying will get them more than crying!

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