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Old July 21, 2011, 07:52 PM   #26
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The F&G wardens assume the 44 mag meets those guidlines, you're goint to be hard pressed to convince them a 357 will develop that much energy at 100 yards.

I hunt in Wyoming as well and when I called the F&G department I was told that a .357 doesn't meet the requirements as a hunting sidearm. With that said, even if I was carrying it just for self protection, the Game Warden advised that each Game Warden may enforce the law differently. He said my best bet was to leave the .357 at home.
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