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BIG GAME REGULATIONS

LAWFUL ARMS & AMMUNITION:

Deer and Bear: Regular Seasons - 1) Manually operated (pump, lever,
bolt actions, single-shot) centerfire rifles, shotguns (shotguns do not have
to be plugged when hunting deer, bears or elk) and handguns (revolvers
or single-shots) 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 (minimum draw weight of 35 pounds) or crossbows (minimum
125-pound draw weight), with a broadhead that has an outside diameter
or width of at least 7/8 of an inch with at least two cutting edges located
on the same plane throughout the length of the cutting surface, and may
not exceed 3.25 inches in length. The use of buckshot is not legal, except
in the Southeast Special Regulations Area.
Elk - 1) Manually operated centerfire rifles and handguns at least 27
caliber using all-lead projectiles or bullets of at least 130 grains designed
to expand on impact; 2) shotguns at least 12-gauge; 3) muzzleloading
firearms (including handguns) at least 50 caliber propelling a single projectile weighing at least 210 grains; 4) bow with a minimum draw weight
of 45 pounds; 5) any arrow or bolt with a broadhead that has an outside
diameter or width of at least 1 inch with at least two cutting edges located
on the same plane throughout the length of the cutting surface, and may
not exceed 3.25 inches in length.
Bear - Archery Season: Long, recurve and compound bows (minimum
draw weight of 35 pounds), or crossbows, with a legal broadhead (see
broadhead stipulations for deer below).
Deer - Archery Seasons: Long, recurve and compound bows (minimum
draw weight of 35 pounds), and crossbows, and legal broadheads (an outside
diameter or width of at least 7/8 of an inch with at least two cutting edges
located on the same plane throughout the length of the cutting surface,
and may not exceed 3.25 inches in length).
Magnifying scopes and sights such as red dot on crossbows can be used.
Persons hunting deer in the archery seasons may not possess a firearm,
except those individuals who have a License to Carry Firearms permit,
and then only those firearms authorized by the permit (most sporting
arms are not authorized). Muzzleloading firearms also can be carried by
bowhunters during any muzzleloading season, providing the hunter has
an archery license and a muzzleloader license and meets the fluorescent
orange requirements of the muzzleloader season.
Bow & Arrow Equipment Definitions:
Arrow - A projectile shot from a bow with an overall length exceeding the
brace height of the bow with fletching designed only for guidance at the
aft end and a broadhead mounted on the fore-end. No electronic tracking
device shall be part of or attached to the arrow. No device, material or
system capable of causing damage or injury to the animal in excess of that
inflicted by the cutting edges of the broadhead shall be part of or attached
to any arrow. A projectile for a crossbow is known as a bolt.
Bow - A device for launching an arrow, which derives its propulsive energy
solely from the bending and recovery of two limbs. The energy used to
propel the arrow may not be derived from another source. These limitations shall not exclude the mechanical leverage advantage provided by
eccentric wheels or cams so long as the energy stored in the bent limbs of
the bow is the sole result of a single, continuous and direct pulling effort
by the shooter. The bowstring must be drawn and released as a direct and
conscious action by the shooter. Release shall be accomplished by either
relaxing the tension of the fingers or triggering the release action of a
manually operated release aid.
Broadhead - Shall have an an outside diameter or width of at least 7/8 of
an inch (1 inch for elk) with at least two cutting edges located on the same
plane throughout the length of the cutting surface, and may not exceed
3.25 inches in length measured from the tip of the broadhead to the point
that fits against the arrow shaft.
Crossbow - Must have a draw weight not less than 125 pounds.
Muzzleloader Seasons: October Antlerless Deer Season - Any singlebarrel muzzleloading long gun with flintlock, in-line or percussion ignition
44 caliber or larger, or 50 caliber or larger handgun. Scope sights permitted.
Late Flintlock Season - Flintlock-ignition, single-barrel long guns manufactured prior to 1800, or a similar reproduction of an original muzzleloading single-barrel long gun 44 caliber or larger, or 50 caliber or larger

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handgun, using a single projectile. It is unlawful to use telescopic sights.
Late season flintlock hunters are permitted to take an antlered deer or an
antlerless deer anywhere in the state with their unused antlered deer tag.
Fall Turkey Season: 1) Manually operated rifles and handguns, including rimfires; 2) manually operated and semi-automatic shotguns limited
to no more than three shells in the chamber and magazine combined;
3) muzzleloading shotguns, rifles and handguns; and 4) long, recurve,
compound bows (minimum draw weight of 35 pounds) or crossbows with
legal broadheads (see deer and bear section to the left). Single-projectile
ammunition or shotshell pellets no larger than No. 4 lead, No. 2 steel or
No. 4 of any other composition or alloy of nontoxic shot approved by the
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. During any fall season in WMU 2B, as
well as in Special Regulations Area county, Allegheny, only shotguns and
long, recurve, compound bows or crossbows with broadheads of cuttingedge design are permitted.
Spring Gobbler Season: 1) Manually operated and semi-automatic shotguns limited to no more than three rounds in the chamber and magazine
combined; 2) muzzleloading shotguns of all types and gauges; and 3)
long, recurve, compound bows (minimum draw weight of 35 pounds) or
crossbows with legal broadheads (see deer and bear section). Shotgun fine
shot pellets only, no larger than No. 4 lead, No. 2 steel or No. 4 of any
other composition or alloy of nontoxic shot approved by the U.S. Fish and
Wildlife Service. Rifle/shotgun combinations may be used if ammunition is
confined to shotgun shells. Carrying or using single-projectile ammunition,
rifles, handguns, dogs, electronic callers, drives and live decoys is unlawful.
Hunting by calling only. Hunting hours are one-half hour before sunrise
until noon from the opening day through the third Saturday (including
the Youth Spring Turkey Hunt), and then to one-half hour after sunset
for the remainder of the season. Hunters are asked to be out of the woods
by 1 p.m when closing time is noon.

RESTRICTIONS:
Hunting Parties: It is unlawful to hunt deer, elk or bears in a party of
more than 25 persons.
Bear Season: It is unlawful to 1) kill a bear in a den; 2) use a radio to locate
a bear to which a radio transmitter has been attached.
Organized Drives: It is unlawful to drive or herd elk. For deer and bear, an
unlicensed person who has never held a hunting license in Pennsylvania
or any other state may participate in a drive for a properly licensed hunter
providing the following requirements are met: The person remains in sight
and close to a hunter at least 18 years of age; the unlicensed person does not
possess any firearm, bow or other hunting device; and the person complies
with requirements for wearing fluorescent orange. The ratio of licensed
hunters to non-licensed hunters must not exceed 1:1.
Dogs: It is unlawful to use dogs to hunt elk, bears, deer or spring turkey.
Tree Stands: It is unlawful while hunting or preparing to hunt to 1) damage any tree on public or private property by constructing a treestand or
using a portable treestand or device to climb a tree; 2) use or occupy a
tree stand that, when constructed, damages a tree. This does not apply to
landowners constructing stands on their own property, or persons who have
received written permission from a landowner to build or use a treestand;
3) treestands on state land can be placed out not more than two weeks
before and must be removed two weeks after any deer season. In addition,
keep in mind that one's treestand does not make that area exclusive to
the owner; other hunters can hunt in that area.
Shooting at Random: During the open seasons for deer and bears, it is
unlawful to shoot at any target other than legal game. Target shooting is
lawful only when done: 1) on property owned by the shooter or by a guest
of the property owner; 2) within 200 yards of a camp or headquarters where
the shooter is either quartered or an invited guest; 3) at an established
shooting range. The target must be protected by a natural or artificial barrier so that the bullet or arrow cannot travel more than 15 yards beyond it.
Blinds: Blinds can be used for big game (see turkey section for specifics for
blinds while turkey hunting), however, a minimum of 100 square inches
of fluorescent orange material (orange alert band will suffice) must be
displayed within 15 feet of the blind and visible in a 360-degree arc during the firearms deer, bear and elk seasons. This is in addition to wearing
orange while in the blind.

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