"Firearms should not be taken lightly:" Hunters react to no hunting age requirement
"That is my grandson who can't wait to hunt. He is in second grade and he will wait a little longer but not as long as I thought," said John Hanold, General Manager McMiller Sports Center.
The new law means his grandson could go.
Experts say if you plan on taking kids hunting this season, make sure they have the right equipment and that it is properly locked away.
"I would caution parents to do right by their new hunters so match the gun to ability and to the size," said Hanold.