Can I use my .36 cal flinter for Fall turkey?
I know this question could fit in a number of forums, but I figure the traditional guys would know best.
I am really wanting to use my .36 cal flintlock for Fall turkey, but I want to make sure I'm legal to do so in PA. Am I good to go for this weekend? The hunt digest says "muzzleloading, shotguns, rifles and handguns", so I am safe to presume that any caliber is legal?
This will be a patched roundball setup, of course. Thanks for your help.