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Missouri: Expanded Hunting Opportunities on the Move in the Show Me State

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Missouri’s Senate Bill 300, legislation sponsored by state Senator Brian Munzlinger (R-18), would allow hunters to use centerfire handguns during the state’s muzzleloader hunting seasons.  This is one important way to provide hunters with increased choice and opportunity in the field.  Handguns have a more limited range than modern muzzleloaders and therefore fall within the scope and spirit of this lesser weapons season. 

This important legislation has now passed the Missouri Senate and is currently awaiting action in the state House of Representatives. 

Please contact your state Representative immediately and ask that he or she support SB 300 as a means of expanding hunter choice and opportunity. 
To locate your state Representative and his or her contact information, please click here.


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