Welcome to our crossbow hunting in Kansas regulations guide. We do our best to ensure the information presented here is up to date, however we cannot guarantee that the text below is entirely void of any errors; regulations do change from time to time and it’s very possible we might have missed a recent change. As such, it is your responsibility to make confirm that the regulations below still apply before going on a crossbow hunting trip in the State of Kansas.
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Crossbow Hunting in Kansas
As of March 2013, using a crossbow for hunting in Kansas has been officially approved by the Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission. Cerin restrictions still apply; the crossbow can only be used for hunting during the January deer archery season. Before this change, hunting with a crossbow was only legal in a handful of locations in Kansas, and only if:
- You had a disability permit
- You were 15 years or younger
- You were 55 years or older
It’s worth noting that no mechanical devices designed to control flight trajectory can be attached to an arrow when hunting in Kansas. Nor is it allowed to use an arrow chemical dispenser to immobilize or kill game through chemical means. Finally, it’s not allowed to hunt using anything but broadheads; you may carry field points with you, but they can never be shot at an animal.
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