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Year: 1936

1936 Ariz. Sess. Laws 204, Game and Fish Preservation, § 1543.

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It shall be unlawful for any person to take into the field or forest, or to have in his possession, while hunting wild animals or birds, any device designed to silence, muffle or minimize the report of any firearm, whether separated from or attached to...

It shall be unlawful for any person to take into the field or forest, or to have in his possession, while hunting wild animals or birds, any device designed to silence, muffle or minimize the report of any firearm, whether separated from or attached to such firearm. It shall be unlawful to kill or attempt to kill any deer, bear . . . except through the use of a gun propelling one ball or bullet at a single charge. Provided, however, that no ball or bullet weighing less than 87 grains may be used in taking deer, elk . . . The gun or implement used by any person in illegally killing any song or insectivorous bird is a nuisance and may be seized by any peace officer and confiscated by the warden for not more than one year.

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