Part 13: INLAND FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE HEADING: PL 2003, C. 414, PT. A, §2 (NEW); PT. D,
§7 (AFF); C. 614, §9 (AFF)
Subpart 4: FISH AND WILDLIFE HEADING: PL 2003, C. 414, PT. A, §2 (NEW); PT. D, §7 (AFF); C.
614, §9 (AFF)
Chapter 915: HUNTING: SEASONS, REQUIREMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS HEADING: PL 2003, C. 414, PT. A,
§2 (NEW); PT. D, §7 (AFF); C. 614, §9 (AFF)
Subchapter 2: HUNTING LICENSE REQUIREMENTS AND FEES HEADING: PL 2003, C. 414, PT. A, §2 (NEW);
PT. D, §7 (AFF); C. 614, §9 (AFF)
§11105. Safety course
1.Hunter safety course requirements.
Except as provided in subsection 2, a person who applies for a Maine license to
hunt with firearms other than a juvenile license must submit proof of having successfully
completed a hunter safety course as provided in section 10108 or an equivalent hunter
safety course or satisfactory evidence of having previously held a valid adult license to hunt with firearms in this State or any other state, province or
country in any year beginning with 1976.
When proof of competency can not otherwise be provided, the applicant may substitute
a signed affidavit that the applicant has previously held the required adult hunting
license or that the applicant has successfully completed the required hunter safety
2013, c. 408, §9 (AMD)
2.Hunter safety course exemption for certain members of armed forces domiciled in State.
A member of the Armed Forces of the United States on active duty who is permanently
stationed outside of the United States and home on leave is exempt from hunter safety
course requirements under subsection 1 if that member shows proof at the time of application
for the license that that member's home state of record, as recorded in that person's
military service records, is Maine. A person who no longer meets the conditions for
an exemption under this subsection must satisfy the requirements of subsection 1.
2013, c. 139, §1 (NEW)
2003, c. 414, §A2 (NEW).
2003, c. 414, §D7 (AFF).
2003, c. 614, §9 (AFF).
2013, c. 139, §1 (AMD).
2013, c. 408, §9 (AMD).
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