In contrast, Indiana's requirements are more extensive: "Applying for a Handicapped Hunting Permit requires completion of an application form and a physician's statement of disability form. It is very important that you completely describe your disability in your own words, in the space provided and provide us with information on how you want to hunt. Please describe the weapons you will be using, whether or not you need to hunt from a vehicle and any other aspect of hunting that would currently be illegal. Your physician must fill out the physician's statement of disability form completely. Since we cannot interview you personally or have you examined by the physician on our review committee, your physician must describe your disability fully. We must know the extent of your disability" (Indiana Department of Natural Resources).
Wyoming takes a different approach: "Handicapped hunters shall be allowed to shoot from a stationary vehicle to take wildlife after receiving from the Department a free handicapped hunter permit. A permanent handicapped hunter permit to shoot from a vehicle will be valid for the life of the applicant. To qualify for such permanent permit, the applicant must qualify as a handicapped hunter and shall produce at time of application a letter from a physician verifying the handicap is permanent. A permit may be cancelled by the department if it is determined the permittee does not qualify according to the definition of a handicapped hunter. Annual handicapped hunter permits to shoot from the vehicle will be valid during the calendar year"(Wyoming Game & Fish Commission).
Because of the variation in regulations as shown by the previous examples, it is important that hunters gather information on regulations from the department of natural resources, department of fish and wildlife, or other licensing agency in the state in which they desire to hunt and apply for the appropriate permits. It is important that the hunter observe all state laws and regulations associated with hunting.