|(a) It is an offense if a person is within a hunt area
during daylight hours at a time when hunting with firearms, arrow
guns, or air guns is permitted and fails to visibly wear:
(1) a minimum of 400 square inches of daylight fluorescent
orange material, of which 144 square inches must appear on both the
chest and back; and
(2) orange headwear.
(b) A person is exempt from the requirements of subsection
(a) of this section only if the person is:
(1) hunting turkey, migratory birds, alligators, or
desert bighorn sheep;
(2) within the enclosed passenger compartment of a
motor vehicle; or
(3) within a designated campground, designated vehicle
parking area, designated boat launching facility, or departmental
(c) It is an offense to possess a loaded firearm, arrow
gun, or air gun in or on a motor vehicle, except as provided in §65.201(c)
of this title (relating to Motor Vehicles) for a disabled person.
(d) It is an offense to possess a loaded firearm, arrow
gun, or air gun within a designated campsite, vehicle parking area,
boat launching facility, or departmental check station.
(e) It is an offense to discharge a firearm, archery
equipment, arrow gun, or air gun from, onto, along, or across a designated
road or designated campsite.
(f) It is an offense to use or display a firearm, arrow
gun, air gun, or other device in an obviously unsafe or threatening