Dischraging a weapon from a motor vehicle HSB216

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    $20 fine? :rolleyes:
     
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    Dang, will this make all my deer blinds that are rusted out cars littered across the pasture illegal? What a crying shame. ;)
     
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    Are those the ones with the easy window rolldown modification?

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    This is funny to me for a couple of reasons, but one is that my neighbor used to have a bunch of old cars lined up just over the property line next to mine. They were unsightly to be sure, but they were also in a somewhat strategic area for deer movement. I thought about hiding in one of them a couple of different times and shooting out the broken out windows at deer passing by. :) :)
     
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    .... I guess I assumed this was already illegal....
     
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    I think the bill has more to do with cleaning up language for disabled hunters.
     
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    As did I. Found out yesterday that shooting birdshot/buckshot out of a vehicle with a concealed carry permit is legal. I had no clue
     
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    What??? Don’t tell the pheasant road hunters...
     
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    New file number: https://www.legis.iowa.gov/legislation/BillBook?ba=HF672&ga=88

    I heard this bill is supposed to stop that. What I was told was anyone with a concealed carry permit can shoot pheasants from a car window and as long as they are wearing hunter orange when they get out of the car to pick up the bird there is nothing a CO can do about it. I suppose the same would hold true for deer hunting.

    The story is, a landowner saw this going on, called the CO, the CO went to investigate, the shooter was wearing orange, nothing the CO could do.
     
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    Here I have been walking through the fields chasing roosters and I could have been relaxing and gunning them down out of the ol' F150. Dang it, now I find out. :)
     

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