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    That is the most disappointing Chuck Hawks article I've read.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKen View Post
    A couple of great rifles for the new cartridge.https://ruger.com/search/new/rifle
    The Ruger American is already in the local store. Why did Winchester wait to bring the XPR to market? Winchester collaborated with CMMG who already had production models available after the cartridge unveiling.

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    He's kinda wrong for Indiana - these regs changed in 2017:

    Equipment on Private LandsHouse Enrolled Act 1415 allows some additional rifle cartridges to be used on private land during the deer firearms season.
    A summary of the rifle requirements for deer hunting on private land are as follows:

    • The rifle must have a barrel length of at least 16 inches
    • The rifle cartridges must have a cartridge case length of least 1.16 inches and have a maximum case length of 3 inches
    • The cartridge must fire a bullet with a diameter that is .243 inches (same as 6mm) or larger
    • A hunter may not possess more than 10 such cartridges for each of these rifles while hunting deer
    • These new rifle cartridges may only be used on private land
    • Full metal jacketed bullets are illegal\
    • These new rifle cartridges may be used during the youth deer season, deer firearms season, special antlerless firearm season (where open), and deer reduction season (in deer reduction zones where local ordinances allow the use of a firearm from the start of the regular firearms season through the end of the following January)

    All the rifle cartridges that were legal in recent years are legal now only on private land.
    Rifle cartridges that are legal under this new law (HEA 1415) include, but are not limited to, the following:

    • 6mm-06
    • 6mm BR Remington
    • 6mm PPC
    • 6mm Remington
    • .240 Weatherby
    • .243 Winchester
    • .243 Winchester Super Short Magnum
    • .25 Remington
    • .25-06 Remington
    • .270 Winchester
    • .30 Carbine
    • .30 Herrett
    • .30 Remington AR
    • .30-06 Springfield
    • .30-30 Winchester
    • .30-40 Krag
    • .300 AAC Blackout (.300 Whisper)
    • .300 H &H Magnum
    • .300 Remington Short Action Ultra Magnum
    • .300 Savage
    • .300 Weatherby Magnum
    • .300 Winchester Magnum
    • .300 Winchester Short Magnum
    • .300 Remington Ultra Magnum
    • .303 British
    • .307 Winchester
    • .308 Marlin
    • .308 Winchester
    • .32 Winchester SL
    • .35 Remington
    • .38-55 Winchester
    • .444 Marlin
    • .45-70 Government
    • 6.5 Creedmoor
    • 6.8 SPC
    • 7.62x39mm
    • 7.62x54mmR

    Equipment on Public Land

    All the rifle cartridges that were legal in recent years are still legal on Public Land, "Public land" includes both state and federal property.

    A summary of rifle cartridges for Public Lands:

    Rifles chambered for cartridges that fire a bullet of .357-inch diameter or larger, have a minimum case length of 1.16 inches, and have a maximum case length of 1.8 inches are legal to use only during the deer firearms, youth, reduction zones from Nov. 18-Jan. 31 (in zones where local ordinances allow the use of a firearm), and special antlerless seasons.

    Some cartridges legal for deer hunting on public include the .357 Magnum, .38-.40 Winchester, .41 Magnum, .41 Special, .44 Magnum, .44 Special, .44-.40 Winchester, .45 Colt, .454 Casull, .458 SOCOM, .475 Linebaugh, .480 Ruger, .50
    Action Express, .500 S&W, .460 Smith & Wesson, .450 Bushmaster, and .50 Beowulf. Full metal jacketed bullets are illegal.
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