No need for those noise makers in the PA woods !!!!! Just what we need a million AR's rattling off 10 shots with a handful of doe tags.....it wl be a disaster....
Your right...no need for anything more than 4 shots and BAN THE SUPPRESSORS ALSO.....and body armor and the rest of this crap...just remember that the "others" have also been buying the same crap... let's watch what happens in Texas when the loonies can also carry..I'm predicting the police are going to go insane !!
You know I wasn’t actually going to respond but the stupid in these two posts sucked me in.
First off there were only 860,000 hunters left in PA and due to the long archery season rifle hunters have dropped below 500,000. Second I see mixed numbers at best but roughly 50% support allowing semi autos for deer which means a max of 250,000 hunters are willing to use a semi for deer. Take a cross section of my group to see how many would use a semi auto then extrapolate it and I predict the number of semi autos hunting deer in the PA woods for rifle would be below 50,000. So in other words more deer will be killed by cars than hunters killing multiple deer at a time with a semi auto.
Also since you want to bring suppressors into it i should let you know you should stop because you are clearly ignorant on the topic and should do some research before spouting off nonsense. I hunt and shoot almost exclusively with a suppressor and will never go back to not using one, it isn’t silent like you think and when I shoot everybody on the farm I hunt knows that I shot even if they are over half a mile away.
But you know what it does do? Stops the days worth of ringing in my ears because I wasn’t able to get my ear pro on in time. I went deaf in my right ear for a week because the guy sitting next to me shot a deer before I had a chance to put my ear pro on. Do you have any idea how unnerving it is to realize that at 18 that you might have permanently lost your hearing because of someone else’s carelessness?
In 2019 I shot a 475# black bear 4 times with my 6.5 PRC, it ran over the hill and the entire encounter lasted less than 15 seconds. This means that had I not been suppressed I would have either not gotten the bear or lost my hearing in the process. Due to childhood hearing issues in addition to my early ear pro less hunting years it already rings enough when it gets quiet in the house, I don’t need to make it any worse.