I think they take away from the aspect of muzzleloading. I wouldn't mind seeing Ohio go the direction of a true muzzleloading season and have a flintlock season
You don't think these nitro fire things get us farther away from muzzleloading?DHower if you want to hunt with a flintlock or traditional muzzleloader go ahead, but let the rest of us hunt with whatever we want. Might have to look into that nitrofire myself, I hate all those miss fires, hang fires and delayed ignitions with all those older muzzleloaders.
You don't think these nitro fire things get us farther away from muzzleloading?
I've got opinions on all of it. They have to draw the line somewhereNot any different than Crossbows that practically shot themselves, Compound bows versus recurves, straight walled rifles or up to minute game cameras. All those things are getting further away from grass roots hunting. All of which are legal in the State of Ohio, every technical upgrade that we use get us further away from grass roots hunting. Some of which I take advantage of and some of which I don't. If it is legal it is your choice and I personally would look into the Nitrofire, but I am not going to lobby for a season to be changed because I may or may not agree with something. That's is just like me saying you should only allow recurve bows during bow season, doesn't make sense.
Hit a nerve did I? I don't ever remember asking you if you cared about my opinion. You clearly do if you took the time to reply. You seem to have been pretty moody on here lately. If you don't like a conversation going on somewhere or someone's opinion no need to reply.Ok Mr. Sportsman...draw the line yourself and use what you want... .
And maybe even keep those opinions to yourself, cuz no one cares.
This is exactly why I won't support these things. That is the direction i see it taking Ohio. It will start out, any single shot weapon then just what ever you want to useIn Michigans muzzleloader season the last two years you could hunt with what ever firearm you like. Meaning cf, swc, shotgun, or muzzleloader if you wanted. I think that would take us further away from muzzleloader hunting.