Hearing: New Hampshire Youth Turkey Hunting with a .410

New Hampshire State Representative James A. Spillane recently introduced legislation that would allow youth turkey hunters to use a .410 gauge shotgun during the New Hampshire youth turkey hunt weekend. House Bill 1108 was referred to the House Committee on Fish and Game and Marine Resources where it has a hearing scheduled on Tuesday, Jan. 28, at 1 p.m. in the Legislative Office Building Room 307.

* * * *

Take Action Today! New Hampshire sportsmen should call their state representative and ask them to vote YES on HB 1108. Sportsmen can contact their representatives by using the Sportsmen’s Alliance Legislative Action Center Directory

* * * *

Due to rapidly advancing ammunition technology, it is now possible to effectively hunt wild turkey with a .410 gauge shotgun. The benefit of a .410 shotgun is that it has much less recoil than a 12 or 20 gauge shotgun, but still is a lethal choice. Additionally, the .410 is a popular choice among youth hunters.

“The Sportsmen’s Alliance applauds Representative Spillane for taking the lead on legislation that makes hunting sports more enjoyable and accessible for the next generation,” said Jacob Hupp associate director of state services at the Sportsmen’s Alliance. “It is this kind of well thought out inclusive legislation that drives youth participation that will in turn help secure the future of outdoor shooting sports in The Granite State for years to come.”

About the Sportsmen’s Alliance: The Sportsmen’s Alliance protects and defends America’s wildlife conservation programs and the pursuits – hunting, fishing and trapping – that generate the money to pay for them. Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation is responsible for public education, legal defense and research.  Its mission is accomplished through several distinct programs coordinated to provide the most complete defense capability possible. Stay connected to Sportsmen’s Alliance: OnlineFacebookTwitter and Instagram.

The views expressed by the editors, authors or users of this linked article are expressly theirs, and do not necessarily reflect the policies or opinions of Dallas Safari Club, its employees, members or assigns. Any concerns about a site user’s post should be addressed appropriately to that person. Any concerns about an advertiser, a user or any content on this site should be addressed to social@dscnortheast.org.

Read the original post.

Scroll to Top