The regulations for crossbow regulations in Hawaii are below as we have found them thus far. Our team works diligently to ensure all of our information is current and accurate. Each state updates these regulation of a varying basis. One element that requires frequent updates is animal censuses. It is extremely important that you call your local state government to verify the information below. We will be happy to help you, if you are not sure how to do this.
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Crossbow Regulations in Hawaii
Crossbows in Hawaii are only legal by special disabled permit. A licensed and practicing physician must certify that the applicant seeking this permit is disabled. He/she must further certify that the applicant is disabled to a degree that he/she is unable to use traditional hunting equipment.
- The disabled permit holder is the only individual allowed to use it. It may be revoked, if anyone other than the disabled hunter is found using it.
- No one is allowed to use or possess any arrows which have been equipped with heads that contain poison, drugs, or explosives.
- Broadheads must have a cutting blade with a minimum diameter of ¾ of an inch.
The crossbow must have a minimum draw weight of 125 pounds.
- It may be cocked and kept on safety while hunting; however, the bolt is to remain in its quiver until the hunter is prepared to shoot.
- Crossbow hunting feral hogs in Hawaii is legal by permit at certain times. These dates and times may vary from island to island. It is crucial to check with the local government before proceeding.
As mentioned, our team is dedicated to proving you with the most current information we can find; however, all state crossbow regulations are updated periodically. Should you find a mistake within the above content please contact us and let us know so that we my correct it as soon as possible. We appreciate your time and consideration.