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Thread: AK in Utah???

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    That's it, I just want to know, TIA.

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    Yes, you can bring your AK into Utah with no problems.

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    Thanks. Hey, one other question... Can I hunt coyotes and or jackrabbits there, w/o a permit or license?

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    You can only bring it if you are planning on shooting it. No safe queens are allowed
    Coyotes are not protected and do not require a license. Rabbits vary depending on what kind. Jacks are good to go.

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    icode wrote:
    Thanks. Hey, one other question... Can I hunt coyotes and or jackrabbits there, w/o a permit or license?
    I know you do not need a license to hunt jackrabbits. I am not sure about coyotes but I will look into it.

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    The only way AKs can be brought into the state is if they are left with me for the mandatory 6-month waiting period! :celebrate


    Bring it, shoot it, invite me!

    Coyotes and Jacks are good to go, need a license for Cottontails.

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    ScottyT wrote:
    The only way AKs can be brought into the state is if they are left with me for the mandatory 6-month waiting period! :celebrate


    Bring it, shoot it, invite me!

    Coyotes and Jacks are good to go, need a license for Cottontails.
    Thanks Scotty. I'll be in Pine Valley the first weekend of October come on down:celebrate

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    Yes, we love evil rifles!


    "An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life." Robert A. Heinlein

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    icode wrote:
    Thanks. Hey, one other question... Can I hunt coyotes and or jackrabbits there, w/o a permit or license?
    i recently contacted the Division of Wildlife Resources and they told me that the Coyote is NOT protected.

    It is 110% legal to shoot, kill, skin, or eat (if you so wish) Coyotes WITHOUT a permit.

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    "It is AMAZING how much that elk looked like a coyote....... I just can't believe the resemblance!"

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    Some counties even offer a bounty on coyotes. I haven't hunted them myself but have been considering it for some time now. I remember this thread from UCC about it: http://www.utahconcealedcarry.com/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=2311 This should be a good place to start.

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    colormered wrote:
    "It is AMAZING how much that elk looked like a coyote....... I just can't believe the resemblance!"
    Yeah, those mutant dogs must be getting big and growing horns from all of the waste going out west. Shoot at the big ones first. Especially if they bugle back trying to pretend to be like an elk.

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