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We have started carring some archery equipment in the shop and now I have a question. I have had one shoulder rebuilt and I dislocated the other one around a month ago. How do I get a crossbow permit.

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You can download a form from the wildlifedepartment.com web site, or in my case, I had the Dr. hand write that I could not pull a standard bow any longer due to a ruptured bicep tendon and would like to see me use a crossbow. He signed it, and I've shown it to every ranger in the counties that I hunt in, and they all said it was good enough for them. We took it to a print shop where they shrunk it down to credit card size, and laminated it. I keep the original in a file, and the other in my wallet.

It must be a permanent injury. They don't issue temporary permits.
 

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Thanks for the info Dennis.

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...I know you're not old enough, but an 'fyi' for everyone else is that anyone 60 years and older may use a crossbow without a permit now.
 

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Thats good to know USFWC.
Just got to wait about another 30 years to use one now. :D
 

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The 60 yr old crossbow permit does not allow you to apply for the McCalister hunts. Only those with the DR'S
permit are allowed to participate.
 
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