Alaska Muzzleloader Hunting Season – Download the 2018-2019 Alaska Hunting Regulations PDF for more information on muzzleloader hunting dates and changes. You may also look into the Alaska Muzzleloader Hunting Education Course Below.
Alaska Muzzleloader Hunting Season Regulations
Alaska Muzzleloader Hunting Season Education Course
The muzzleloader education course provides “hands-on” instruction on:
- safe handling of black powder and black powder substitutes
- muzzleloaders at the range and in the field
This course is required of all hunters wanting to apply for any “Muzzleloader Only” permit hunt.
The muzzleloader education course also covers firearms safety, wildlife conservation, being a responsible/ethical hunter, shot placement, and ballistic information on hunting with a muzzleloader. Muzzleloader education classes are taught by dedicated volunteer instructors who commit valuable time and expertise. The next time you have a safe and enjoyable hunting expertise be sure to thank a volunteer.
ALASKA MUZZLELOADER EDUCATION COURSE OPTIONS:
There are two ways to take an Alaska muzzleloader education course:
- Instructor-led course: 2 parts — workbook home study, 8 hour field day
- Online course + field day: 2 parts — online study and test — 4 hour field day.
NOTE: YOU MAY NOT MIX AND MATCH INSTRUCTOR-LED COURSES WITH ONLINE COURSES. THEY ARE NOT INTERCHANGEABLE.
This information is subject to change, for more information visit: hhttp://www.adfg.alaska.gov/
Have Alaska Muzzleloader Hunting Season Questions?
Muzzleloader Hunting season is the best time to shoot the biggest deer before they are spooked by the regular gun season. If you are new to muzzleloaders or would like more information on your states muzzleloader hunting regulations make sure to give us a call. Knight Rifles is focused on promoting black powder hunting in all states across the USA and can help you determine when your particular states hunting season starts. If you have questions about Alaska Muzzleloader Hunting Season, please call us at 1-866-518-4181 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.