I was wondering if someone could offer some clarification on what is considered primitive rifle for hunting deer in Massachusetts. The description on the Mass Wildlife Websites states "Single projectile only (no buckshot). Sabot rounds, 209 primers, break/hinge-action muzzleloaders". Would a single shot, break/hinge action rifle that is chambered in .35 Whelen or .45-70 Government be considered a primitive rifle/firearm for deer hunting if it were a "hinge/break action"? Any information you could provide would be a great help.