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Hunter safety ?

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by BigBore45, Nov 2, 2006.

  1. BigBore45

    BigBore45

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    I have never thought about it I hunt every year and today I realized my hunter safety card I got in 95 is from my home state in Wyoming. I currently live in Utah. Do I need to get a Utah Safety License or is my Wyoming one good. I never have thought about it.
     
  2. citori59

    citori59 Lock Guru

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    you shouldn't. I taught Hunter Ed Courses for the Pa. Game Commission for 20 years and we were told that every state uses a standard course from the NRA. Now, this may be bull but I do know that other states recognized our card as proof of hunter education.
     


  3. 357glocker

    357glocker

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    In Nebraska you would be OK hunting with an out of state class as long as you have documentation of taking Hunters Ed. I can't speak for Utah so you may want to give your game commission a call and ask.
     
  4. same here in FL, any outsate Hunter Ed certification would be accepted.
     
  5. VA recognizes any states hunter safety certificate, or a previous hunting license from any state.
     
  6. mpol777

    mpol777 Feral Member

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    The last time I can remember being asked for a previous license or hunter safety certificate was before I had a driver's license. It's been many moons since then. Every place I've hunted I just slap down the cash and ID.