The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Bearing Arms
There are those people out there who take the belief that the government can solve in ill. Rather than delve into the realities of the problems, they simply push legislators to pass laws that will make everything better. It’s like they can’t see the government ever screwing anything up.
But when they do, boy do they screw it up.
Officials in Indiana were forced to issue a ban on sportsmen taking deer with rifles on state and federal land after a law that was supposed to expand the practice instead cut it short.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources issued the clarification to this season’s hunting regulations last week banning the use of rifles by deer hunters on public lands in the state, a practice that had been both legal and popular in the past. Hunters using a muzzleloader, shotgun or handgun can still use public lands aspost was originally published on this site