Mike Marsh took this gobbler on April 1, 2014, which was a Sunday. He was hunting a public game land in Georgia, a state that allows hunting on  public and private lands on Sundays. Only a few states ban Sunday hunting with firearms, including North Carolina. In Virginia and South Carolina, hunting with firearms on private property on Sundays is legal.
Mike Marsh took this gobbler on April 1, 2014, which was a Sunday. He was hunting a public game land in Georgia, a state that allows hunting on public and private lands on Sundays. Only a few states ban Sunday hunting with firearms, including North Carolina. In Virginia and South Carolina, hunting with firearms on private property on Sundays is legal. COURTESY OF MIKE MARSH
Mike Marsh took this gobbler on April 1, 2014, which was a Sunday. He was hunting a public game land in Georgia, a state that allows hunting on public and private lands on Sundays. Only a few states ban Sunday hunting with firearms, including North Carolina. In Virginia and South Carolina, hunting with firearms on private property on Sundays is legal. COURTESY OF MIKE MARSH

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