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I was at a gun store down here in "Taylor M.I." just looking and started a conversation with some locals. They were saying" You can hunt varments with a center fire down in shot gun zone just as long as it vearments no Deer" is that true? I would love to use my fire ball on them=221FireBall that is....Crow+ground squrills+woodchuck etc...etc...is thr rummer true?:confused:
 

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Centerfire is okay during daylight hours only. Rimfire or shotgun at night.
 

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FREEPOP said:
Centerfire is okay during daylight hours only. Rimfire or shotgun at night.
Good point....I guess I never considered that somebody might be out after crow, ground squirrels, and wood chucks after dark....
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Fox, coyotes, racoon, and oppossom can be taken after dark during season.
 

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Boy this is news to me, so all thie time I did'nt have to ues a rimfire for those varments? Can't waite to use my fireball on them!:evil: Although I'll still check with the DNR and local laws...Lord knows dont want to brake any LAWS!:yikes: Thanks guys!! Might have to put a scope on the minini 14 too now.
 

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If You Don't Believe What We Say, You Can Get On The Dnr Web Site And Look Into Their "ask The Dnr". That Question Is Very Common And Answered Quite Frequently.
 
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