New Hampshire Muzzleloader Hunting Season

During the New Hampshire Muzzleloader Hunting Season, to hunt deer a person needs a Regular NH Hunting License, plus a Muzzleloader License. A muzzleloader is defined as a single barrel, single shot firearm (40 caliber or greater) that can only be loaded from the muzzle. Only one deer may be taken with a muzzleloader or firearm with the firearm tag. No person shall have in possession, while taking deer during the muzzleloader season, more than one muzzleloading rifle and one muzzleloading handgun during the New Hampshire Muzzleloader Hunting Season.

New Hampshire Muzzleloader Hunting Season

Deer Muzzleloader Season – October 28 – November 7, 2017

New Hampshire Muzzleloader Hunting Season

New Hampshire Muzzleloader Hunting Season Regulations

Hunting during the New Hampshire Muzzleloader season is a chance for black powder rifle enthusiasts to experience all that the state has to offer in big game hunting. Sprawling wilderness makes for an amazing experience.

  • PEN LAND: NH has more than 200,000 acres of state land; 750,000 acres of White Mountain National Forest; and thousands of acres of private land open to hunting.
  • SUNDAY HUNTING: We have it, some states don’t… we won’t name any names!

This information is subject to change, for more information visit: http://www.wildlife.state.nh.us/

Have New Hampshire 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 New Hampshire Muzzleloader Hunting Season, please call us at 1-866-518-4181 or email us at sales@knightrifles.com.

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