Texas: New rule to offer suppressors for hunting after Sept. 1

Posted on May 16, 2012

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The state will begin offering permits for game hunters to use silencers on their guns, effective Sept. 1.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission adopted rules in March that permit the use of silencers for the hunting of alligators, game animals or game birds. Such devices already were legal for the hunting of exotic animals, including feral hogs.

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Texas: New rule to offer suppressors for hunting after Sept. 1

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