Why don't they just correct it?
The current comic book say for the regular firearms season:
"Muzzle loading long guns of any type, 44 caliber or larger, or a muzzle loading handgun, 50 caliber or larger......"
This would include double barrel rifles, drillings, over under, swivel breech, etc.
Yet the regulations clearly limit the permissible firearms to:
(d) Regular and special firearms deer seasons.
(1) Permitted devices. It is lawful to hunt deer during the regular and special firearms deer seasons with any of the following devices:
(v) A muzzleloading firearm as permitted under subsection (b)(1) or (c)(1).
Both of those sections limit muzzle loaders to single barrel guns:
(b) Flintlock muzzleloading deer season.
(1) Permitted devices. It is lawful ..................and be a .44 caliber or larger single-barrel long gun or a .50 caliber or larger single-barrel handgun .....
(c) Muzzleloading deer season.
(1) Permitted devices. It is lawful ......The firearm must be a .44 caliber or larger single-barrel long gun or a .50 caliber or larger single-barrel handgun that propels single-projectile ammunition.
Then we have the question of whether a revolver rifle is legal in the early muzzle loader season Uberti sells a percussion six shot 45 caliber revolver rifle. The definition of muzzle loader was recently changed to accomodate firearms that load from the breech with loose powder.
(ii) The term includes breech-loading rifles and handguns that fire loose ammunition components comparable to a muzzleloading firearm.
The revolver carbine has one barrel, it only shoots a single 45 ball at a time and it is a long gun. Legal for the early season?
The CVA Kodiak double barrel rifle is not legal because it has two barrels, yet a six shot revolver rifle is legal?