The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (TPWD) Commission announced that, effective Sept. 1, 2018, airguns and air bows using .30-cal. and larger projectiles will be allowed for the legal and ethical harvest of game animals, more specifically, deer and turkey. Jay Duncan, director of marketing for Crosman, commented, “We are elated to learn that the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department Commission has approved big-bore airguns … With this TPWD change in regulation, hunters are offered expanded opportunities with pneumatic-powered devices across the state to ethically harvest game.” A state-by-state airgun hunting chart is available at crosman.com.
Texas Allows Airguns For Big-Game Hunting
Watch American Rifleman staff on the range to learn about the 10 mm Auto-chambered XD-M Elite 4.5” OSP, one of the latest offerings in Springfield Armory's feature-rich lineup of Croatian-made pistols.
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