Havent gotten around to calling yet. Did come upon this on ct.gov
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“Can a centerfire rifle be used for hunting?
Yes. However, rifles using ammunition larger or heavier than rimfire .22 caliber are prohibited on state-owned land. Rifles of any caliber are prohibited on state-leased and Permit-Required Hunting Areas. It is prohibited to hunt on private land with ammunition larger than .22 caliber during the private land shotgun/rifle deer season. A centerfire rifle that fires 6mm (.243 caliber) or larger ammunition may be used for deer hunting on private land if the landholding is 10 or more acres and the landowner has authorized rifle use on the DEEP consent form. For coyote hunting, a centerfire rifle may be used, but the hunter must have verbal permission from the landowner. However, during the shotgun/rifle deer hunting season, coyote hunters are restricted to ammunition not larger than rimfire .22 caliber.”
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