Mike Marsh took this North Carolina gobbler while hunting with a crossbow on a Sunday in 2015, before Sunday firearms hunting was legalized. The Outdoor Heritage Enhanced bill would reduce or eliminate many of the remaining Sunday gun hunting restrictions.
Mike Marsh took this North Carolina gobbler while hunting with a crossbow on a Sunday in 2015, before Sunday firearms hunting was legalized. The Outdoor Heritage Enhanced bill would reduce or eliminate many of the remaining Sunday gun hunting restrictions. Courtesy of Mike Marsh
Mike Marsh took this North Carolina gobbler while hunting with a crossbow on a Sunday in 2015, before Sunday firearms hunting was legalized. The Outdoor Heritage Enhanced bill would reduce or eliminate many of the remaining Sunday gun hunting restrictions. Courtesy of Mike Marsh

Outdoor Heritage Enhanced bill aims to reduce Sunday hunting restrictions

April 26, 2017 1:03 PM

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