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    Anyone else hunt? I go pheasant and deer hunting. Thought it was a good weekend to ask.

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    not really but I want to become a knife craftsmen some day for a hobby

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdsu09 View Post
    Anyone else hunt? I go pheasant and deer hunting. Thought it was a good weekend to ask.
    I'm a deer hunter. I hunt whitetail in southern Missouri every November on farmland owned/leased by my uncle and his friends. Love it. Used to hunt ducks as well, but haven't done that in a while.

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    I do not hunt, but I use to trade game for home grown chicken. (yes my Chicken was that good)

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    I love hunting, grew up with it and respect the lives of the animal also I harvest. If you aren't going to eat it, don't shoot it.

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    I hunt deer and ducks mostly. Occasionally go dove hunting and if a turkey gets close enough while I'm bow hunting for deer I'd take it too.

    Went on my first bow hunting outing of the year Saturday morning. Had a small 5-6 point walk under my stand and saw a turkey but it didn't quite get in range.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Crinklebuttt View Post
    If you aren't going to eat it, don't shoot it.
    Yeah. Being typically British (formerly known as European), I've no interest in guns or hunting. But I tried vegetarianism for a decade and my body couldn't take it any more!

    I hate the idea of causing unnecessary suffering, so I don't see the appeal of hunting for its own sake. It's pretty cruel to just kill animals for fun. But if you can hunt and eat animals that have lived their lives in the wild, being free to manifest their natural behaviours... and they were killed humanely, then... it's got to be the best compromise for both us and the animals.

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    I live in florida and often hunt wild boar. They are a serious nuisance to our agriculture and communities (not to mention dangerous). Plus, they taste way better than farm raised pork (especially when you have them processed into sausage). Of course you need a serious rifle for them (unless you just like firing a dozen shots from a 30-30 or 556).

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    Personally have an aversion to guns and spent a longtime as a vego but think it's great if people are hunting their own game for eating and whatever else they can do with utilisation of the remains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiny View Post
    I hate the idea of causing unnecessary suffering, so I don't see the appeal of hunting for its own sake. It's pretty cruel to just kill animals for fun. But if you can hunt and eat animals that have lived their lives in the wild, being free to manifest their natural behaviours... and they were killed humanely, then... it's got to be the best compromise for both us and the animals.
    Yeah... I've never liked the idea of hunting. I feel guilty just going fishing even though if I happen to catch a fish it gets thrown back. AAO mentioned dove hunting and... just no, birds are my favorite animals, and I just couldn't bring myself to kill what I view to be about the most peaceful, innocent bird there is.

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