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Old September 24, 2012, 12:27 PM   #24
tahunua001
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in a lot of states night vision scopes are authorized for coyote hunting...that sounds like it would be a blast to try out but for hunting deer I wouldn't like that much, having to find the thing, gut it out in the dark and proceed to drag it back in the dark..... no thank you

infrared also just seems like a waste of money, heavy underbrush will conceal the animals heat signatures anyway.

in my state however with the exception of illuminated reticules, and electronic calls(predators only) no battery powered hunting equipment may be used at all for hunting purposes.
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