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There are two mistakes of fact in my interview with Mr. LeVasseur:

1.  In October 2008 the state of Michigan changed the application            
form for applying for a draw keep permit.  They united it with the   
cross bow permit and required a health professional's signature for
both the draw keep and cross bow permits.  At the time the          
  video was shot the information I gave in the video was correct.       

2.  I was mistaken when I stated that Wisconsin does not allow those over
65 to use a cross bow in bow season.  They allow either a cross bow
or a compound bow with a draw keep for their senior citizens.          


Since this video was taken Michigan has removed the restrictions on
the use of the draw keep for anyone over 50 years of age and has    
made it legal for anyone in the southern part of the state.  Check    
with the DNR for the dividing line between the unrestricted and       
the restricted areas.