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Gobbler Guillotine - Legality in MN?

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A recent question was posed about the legality of this head in MN, and I thought I'd share what I found out in a seperate post.

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I've noticed in the regs that:

. The feathers, head, and feet must remain on the wild turkey until it is registered.

However, when hunting with the guillotine, taking the head clean-off on the shot is a very real possibility. Does this mean using the Gobbler Guillotine is an illegal broadhead in MN?

Thanks,

Joel
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The Gobbler Guillotine is legal, you just need to take the head with you when you register the bird.

Suellen Rau, Supervisor

Information Center

MN Department of Natural Resources

Bureau of Information & Education

500 Lafayette Rd

St. Paul, MN 55155-4040

651/296-6157



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THanks for looking into this Joel. I know it can be tough sometimes when technology passes up the laws on the books. Its always better to ask then get caught without knowing you're on the right side of the law.

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The bigger problem for me might be the taking off of his herad as I have been know to not be the best shot around.


I can call Matt and see if they make a 12" set of blades for you Tom.

Couldn't hurt. wink.gif

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