I know but its also illegal to take it home loaded too... Between hunting sites only... Leaving it loaded overnight is not between hunting sites... IMOSniper-T said:It is illegal to discharge a firearm after dark!
I shoot a traditional, with cap and ball. They are a pain in the ass to pull.
I typically hunt somewhere for part of everyday during season; so technically, I am always transporting between hunting locations, even if that means that I finish in one field one evening, and hunt at home the next morning
Sorry guys, no period or comma between the "only" and "if", you don't get the full context of the sentence if you don't read it all. Actually it's not MB conservation who's rule it would be, it would be federal firearms act law, but seeing that it is so well written you probably would have to go to a legal definition of loaded if there isn't a primer.Walli said:I unload mine because of this.
A muzzleloader, with a charge in the barrel, may be transported
between hunting sites only if the firing cap is removed or, in the
case of a flintlock, the flint is removed.