Updated as of 4/6/2020 - “Deer - Muzzleloading long guns of .45 caliber or larger, and handguns .50 caliber or larger, loaded through the muzzle, with flint or percussion ignition, firing black powder or black powder substitutes are legal. Smokeless powders are not legal. Telescopic sights are prohibited. (Exception: No magnification (1x) scopes are legal.)
Elk, Moose & Bighorn Sheep - Centerfire rifles of .50 caliber or larger using smokeless powder are prohibited. Muzzleloading rifles or single-shot muzzleloader pistols of .50 caliber or larger are legal."
NORTH DAKOTA MUZZLELOADER HUNTING SEASONS
Muzzleloader Deer Hunts
|Season||Bag Limit||Season Dates||Unit(s)|
|Muzzleloader||See Regs||Nov 29th - Dec 15th||All|
NORTH DAKOTA MUZZLELOADER HUNTING SEASON REGULATIONS
- Muzzleloading rifles must be .45 cal minimum for deer hunting
- Muzzleloading handguns must be .50 cal minimum
- Muzzleloading rifles must be .50 cal minimum for Elk, Moose & Big Horn Sheep
- Smokeless powder is prohibited
- Scopes are not allowed except no magnifying 1X scopes
This information is subject to change, for more information visit: North Dakota Hunting Regulations
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