PA also has two seasons. Early season allows inlines and scopes, as well as traditional longrifles. Late season, after the regular rifle season, is, at this point, flintlock only. By choice I shoot a custom .54 flint. Never owned an inline and likely never will, but to each his own. Means I get to hunt both seasons with the same rifle, spend more time in the woods, and maybe shoot a 2nd or 3rd deer for the freezer. No major problems with "ijuts" where I hunt, so I have no problem with inlines or two seasons.
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