Posted June 17, 2016 3:19 pm by Comments

The Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners released their meeting notice for June 25. At this meeting the Board of Wildlife Commissioners plans to discuss the proposed hunting caliber size restrictions. One of the proposed regulations would make it unlawful to hunt big game animals with a centerfire rifle using a .50 caliber cartridge or a centerfire cartridge with a case length of more than 3 inches. The proposed regulation is unfounded and will only serve to arbitrarily limit the rights of law-abiding gun owners and hunters. Many cartridges used for big game hunting exceed the arbitrarily selected .50 caliber and 3 inch case length restriction, such as the .470NE, .500NE, .50 BMG, .577NE and the 505 Gibbs. …Read the Rest

Source:: NRA-ILA

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