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During the Nevada Muzzleloader Hunting Season, a type of hunt that is restricted to muzzle-loading firearms, a person may hunt a big gam mammal only with a muzzle-loading rifle or a muzzle loading musket, and may use only a lead ball, a lead bullet, a semi-jacketed bullet or a metal alloy bullet that expands. The use of smokeless powder is prohibited. Only black powder or a black powder substitute such as Pyrodex or Triple 7 may be used as a propellant. A sabot round may be used.

Nevada Muzzleloader Hunting Season

Check theĀ http://www.ndow.org/Hunt/Seasons_and_Regulations site for updates on Muzzleloader Seasons in Nevada.
Nevada Muzzleloader Hunting Season

The muzzle-loading rifle, muzzle-loading musket must have the following characteristics: A wheel lock, matchlock, or flintlock ignition system, or a percussion ignition system that uses a prier or percussion cap; a single barrel of caliber.45 or larger; and open sights or peep sights. The use of a sight that is operated or powered by a battery, electronics or a radioactive isotope such as tritium is prohibited.

The muzzle-loading rifle or the muzzle-loading musket is deemed to be not loaded if the priming compound or element, such as the priming powder or the unfired primer or percussion cap is removed during the Nevada Muzzleloader Hunting Season.

During a type of hunt that is restricted to muzzle-loading firearms, it is unlawful for a person hunting under the authority of a tag for such a hunt to carry in the field a firearm or longbow and arrow except for a muzzle-loading rifle or a muzzle-loading musket with the characteristics set forth above or a flintlock or percussion handgun. However, it is unlawful to use such a handgun to hunt a big game mammal. During a type of hunt in which the use of any legal weapon is authorized by a regulation of the commission, a person may hunt a big game mammal with a muzzle-loading rifle or muzzle-loading musket only if the muzzle-loading rifle or muzzle-loading musket has a single barrel of a caliber of .45 or larger and open sights, peep sights or rifle scope. The person uses a lead ball, a lead bullet, a semi-jacketed bullet or a metal alloy bullet that expands. A sabot round may be used. The muzzle-loading rifle or muzzle-loading musket is deemed to be not loaded if the priming compound or element, such as the priming powder unfired primer or percussion.

Nevada Muzzleloader Hunting Season

This information is subject to change, for more information visit: http://www.ndow.org/

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Muzzleloader Hunting season is the best time to shoot the biggest deer before they are spooked by the regular gun season. If you are new to muzzleloaders or would like more information on your states muzzleloader hunting regulations make sure to give us a call. Knight Rifles is focused on promoting black powder hunting in all states across the USA and can help you determine when your particular states hunting season starts. If you have questions about Nevada Muzzleloader Hunting Season, please call us at 1-866-518-4181 or email us at sales@knightrifles.com.

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