Alright, my first thread in this section went so well Ive decided to do another. Here in Pa, when it comes to muzzleloading, we have somewhat of a split. In october, we have a 3 day "modern" muzzleloader season. Inlines with scopes can be used, but only doe can be harvested. If you would like, you can also use your inline during rifle season. We also have a flintlock season after Christmas, where ONLY flintlock rifles can be used. No percussion or inline muzzleloaders and no scopes. Fiber-optic sights may be used. I love the idea of keeping the 2 styles seperate and keeping the modern muzzleloaders, which look and act more like high-powers every day, seperate from the traditionals. I commend the PGC for stepping up and keeping the 2 styles exactly that: 2 DIFFERENT techniques. What is your opinion on the subject? Should "modern" weapons be segregated from their "traditional" counterparts? This debate is brewing even hotter in the archery world, where recently crossbows were legalized state-wide here. Technically, a flintlock and an inline are both Muzzleloaders, capable of only 1 shot before needing to be reloaded. But the differences in the 2 is far greater than the similarities. I would love to have some insight from those of you from other states on how your state handles this situation, whether you feel it is right, and how you feel about the way PA is handling it.