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Hunters Ed #2900328
09/09/19 08:28 PM
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BradB Offline OP
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My SIL is coming to be the farm Thanksgiving from Utah. Will his Utah hunters Ed course work in Bama?

Re: Hunters Ed [Re: BradB] #2900330
09/09/19 08:29 PM
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I think it should

Re: Hunters Ed [Re: BradB] #2900338
09/09/19 08:37 PM
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My Alabama one worked for Mississippi.

Re: Hunters Ed [Re: BradB] #2900342
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I think it should. What a stupid answer FF

Re: Hunters Ed [Re: BradB] #2900344
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Huh?


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Re: Hunters Ed [Re: BradB] #2900359
09/09/19 09:15 PM
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Yes, my Illinois hunters ed number works in Alabama.

Re: Hunters Ed [Re: BradB] #2900450
09/10/19 03:59 AM
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Yes. The hunter Ed is a national program recognized by every state.
There are "some" public hunting areas who require additional instruction, like military bases, but the basic hunter ed meets all state requirements.

Re: Hunters Ed [Re: BradB] #2900458
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The ones my sons got in MS work in AL


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Re: Hunters Ed [Re: Kang] #2900466
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Originally Posted by Kang
I think it should. What a stupid answer FF

You gonna just sit there and try to mock me for giving an answer? I’d love for you to try and do that to me in person.

Re: Hunters Ed [Re: BradB] #2900583
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popcorn


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Re: Hunters Ed [Re: BradB] #2900586
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Brad, i use to live in SC...Alabama honors mine. thumbup


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Re: Hunters Ed [Re: Kang] #2900617
09/10/19 10:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Kang
I think it should. What a stupid answer FF

Whoa, Nellie!!


Dying ain't much of a living boy...Josey Wales
Re: Hunters Ed [Re: Out back] #2900688
09/10/19 12:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Out back
Yes. The hunter Ed is a national program recognized by every state.
There are "some" public hunting areas who require additional instruction, like military bases, but the basic hunter ed meets all state requirements.


yup - back in the day, when i got my Texas license, they honored my AL hunters ed cert ... hunted Fort Hood which thankfully didn't require add't instruction - but i did have to register my truck & guns

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