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Old 08-13-2012, 12:53 AM
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can you do it in the eyes of the law?
Old 08-13-2012, 01:26 AM
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In Wisconsin, no.

That's the only one I know for sure. It is regarded as a moving vehicle, so I'm going to say most likely, no in all states.

Definitely, check your state regs.
Old 08-13-2012, 05:26 PM
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In Wisconsin, no.

That's the only one I know for sure. It is regarded as a moving vehicle, so I'm going to say most likely, no in all states.

Definitely, check your state regs.
I would have to agree....but on a further I don't know how to fly an ultralight but I have seen it done on TV, and it looks like you would have your hands full flying the thing, how are you going to hunt?
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Hell no. Any state.
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Sure, as long as you have a bomber jacket, goggles, and a valid driver's license.

Being known as "The Red Baron" among your friends and co-workers will also help.
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Just fly along with a net and scoop them up. Check their legs for tags while they're still alive, if they aren't, ring their necks. Should work fine.
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everyone knows that you need a two seater...
ever hear of the "tail gunner"?
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