WTR wrote: puma guy wrote:
Pawpaw wrote: puma guy wrote: Pawpaw wrote:
puma guy wrote:I don't know where it is stated in the law, but I was under the impression I can carry my handgun while hunting on someone's property with their permission.
PC §46.15. NON-APPLICABILITY wrote:(b) Section 46.02 does not apply to a person who:
(3) is engaging in lawful hunting, fishing, or other sporting activity on the immediate premises where the activity is conducted, or is en route between the premises and the actor’s residence, motor vehicle, or watercraft, if the weapon is a type commonly used in the activity;
Does a .44 Mag Ruger Super Blackhawk qualify? LOL
Do you dove hunt with it often?
No. I do have an Anschutz 1710 that the original owner used to kill a dove on the wing. Hit in the eye. True story! I can't remember his name since it's illegal to do that. I did shoot a quail with my .357 with a shot load once and that's legal. Wasn't very sporting (on the ground), but I was hungry.
You don't shoot a quail on the ground here, you ain't going to eat quail.
??? That's a puzzling statement, yes I have shot quail on the ground, hunting Texas hill country if you have ever encountered the scaled quail, they would rather run than fly, I have chased them on the ground to get them to flush and they just ran faster, got tired of trying and did a pan shot, got three with one shot, took them back to camp, deep fried them to a golden brown, had quail with wild rice, most excellent!