Without trying to turn this into a slug fest on the topic. We all pretty much are aware that these were approved for 2008. No cartridge list, no county or zone restrictions, no capacity limits. I've personally supported the PCR issue, though I'm not a fan boy pushing hard for the issue. I personally am not happy that there wasn't a capacity limit thrown in there. That is not an attack on the PCR thing, but gun hunting as a whole. I want a capacity limit on any deer gun. So, this begs to question everyone. It did pass. Do you intend to buy one of these guns? Do you intend to deer hunt with one? Does the issue even really matter or effect you and your deer hunting? Keeping it civil, my 2 cents. I am going to buy a PCR gun. I doubt I'll ever deer hunt with it, but I'll never say never. I'm buying one just to have one and give my daughters the option of using it, their muzzleloader, or one of their shotguns. I might loan it to a friend to use as well. Mostly, I'm buying one because I have to admit they do look like fun to shoot and I'm a sucker for buying guns that will simply sit in my safe and never get used. In reality, the whole PCR thing effects my deer hunting in absolutely no way shape or form. Where I hunt it is fairly isolated and neighboring hunters are seldom if ever a problem. Please keep it civil. PCR's passed. They are here. We as hunters have to live with it regardless how we feel about it.