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arrows #6029080 11/14/15 03:24 PM
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In the late 60's I was stationed at Ft. Hood. I remember we had to have our name and address on our arrows, when we bow hunted. Do you still have to do that? I would be interesting to see how the laws have changed over the years. By the way I still have my Texas hunting license.

Re: arrows [Re: vennie] #6029088 11/14/15 03:29 PM
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That was done away with years ago. I remember back in the mid 80's that was the rule, but I never did it. Guess I was a 20 something outlaw!!! grin

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I think some day hunts and some state sponsored hunts still require it.

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Thanks guys, i was just wondering how the laws change.

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