October 2016
Whitetail Journal;Oct2016, p6
The article reports that Pennsylvania Game Commission has permitted the use of electronic rangefinders by the Keystone state hunters and mentions that under the Game and Wildlife Code of Pennsylvania, use of electronic devices are prohibited during hunting.


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