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When can you hunt with a crossbow in Texas?

Any person, regardless of physical ability, may use a crossbow to hunt game animals or game birds in any county, including Collin, Dallas, Grayson, and Rockwall counties, during a general open season or Eastern spring turkey season.

Is hunting with a crossbow legal in Texas?

A2: Yes, it is now legal for anyone to use a crossbow during both the Archery Only and General Seasons. You do not need a doctor’s statement anymore to use a crossbow during the Archery Only season on private property. The Texas Legislature passed this new law in 2009.

What seasons can you hunt with a crossbow?

Alberta. Crossbows are legal for all seasons, except bow-only. That said, they are legal in archery-only seasons for eligible handicapped hunters with a crossbow license.

Is a crossbow considered archery in Texas?

Texas has archery-only seasons for turkey, mule deer and white-tailed deer in the autumn. You can hunt with a crossbow during archery season, but you’ll need an archery stamp endorsement to do so. You can also hunt any game animal with a crossbow during general season with no archery permit required in most counties.

Can I hunt deer with an AR 15 in Texas?

The law also prohibits hunting with a fully automatic rifle, but does allow hunting with an AR-15 equipped with a suppressor.”

Can you carry a pistol while hunting in Texas?

Can I carry a handgun while bow hunting? No, Concealed weapons, in accordance with Concealed Handgun laws of Texas, are used for personal protection, not hunting. You may carry concealed if so permitted but the handgun is not to be used for hunting purposes no matter the species killed.

Can I carry a crossbow in my car?

California: Crossbows are legal for hunters in gun seasons. Colorado: Crossbows are legal for hunters during gun seasons. Handicapped hunters during archery season need a disability permit to use a crossbow. Crossbows can include scopes, yet you can’t transport a crossbow in any vehicle when cocked.