If one were to carry on one's own property while bowhunting for instance, would this still be deemed illegal? Since its on private property?Georgia Code 27-3-6 Deer Hunting during primitive weapons season
* It shall be unlawful for any person to possess any center-fire or rimfire firearm while hunting with a bow and arrow during archery or primitive weapons season for deer or while hunting with a muzzleloading firearm during a primitive weapons season for deer.
How would one be caught on one's own private property? If a game warden were to just happen upon you on your property and catch you, what reason would he have to provide that he came onto the property in the first place? Does he need one?
Kinda like they just cant walk into your house w/o probable cause? Sorry if I didnt get the terms technically correct.
Also what if I decided to do some lunchtime plinking?
Dicalaimer: I have no intentions of breaking any law Im just curious as to how such a scenario would play out.
One change I would like more than any others I can think of would be our ability to carry at anytime while, or while not, hunting on any property including WMA's and state parks.