Comic Book!HoneyBrookHunter said:Do I have to have/need my muzzleloader license to use my muzzleloader during rifle season?
I know that I need it for muzzleloader season, just not sure about rifle season.
http://www.pgc.state.pa.us/pgc/lib/pgc/digestpdfs/2009/deerseasonbaglimits.pdfDeer and Bear: Regular Seasons (Regular Season would Be Rifle Season)- 1) Manually operated centerfirerifles, handguns and shotguns with all lead bullet or ball, or bullet
designed to expand on impact; 2) muzzleloading long guns of any
type, 44 caliber or larger, or a muzzleloading handgun 50 caliber or
larger; and 3) long, recurve, compound bows or crossbows with
broadheads of cutting edge design. The use of buckshot is not
legal, except in the Southeast Special Regulations Area.
Those last 2, showing the Seasons for Early Muzzleloader season and the late Flinter Season, is the ONLY Time you need a Muzzleloader license to use a Muzzleloader!Antlerless - Muzzleloader (Statewide): Oct. 17-24
An antlerless deer with each required antlerless license. Must have a
muzzleloader stamp.Flintlock Muzzleloader (Either Sex, Statewide):
Dec. 26-Jan. 9, 2010
One antlered deer per hunting license year or one antlerless deer and
an additional antlerless deer with each valid WMU specific antlerless
license. Must have a muzzleloader stamp.