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A: The use of rim-fire cartridges is prohibited for hunting big game in Idaho. There are no other restrictions including you are allowed to use 223 caliber rifles. We do recommend hunters use well constructed bullets with enough energy at impact to make a clean kill. Depending on the bullet weight ...
A: Yes, No person shall take big game animals as outlined in this section. a. With any firearm that, in combination with a scope, sling, and/or any other attachments, weighs more than sixteen (16) pounds. b. With any shotgun using any shot smaller than double-aught (#00) buck. c. With any rimfire ...