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Old 02-17-2009, 04:04 AM   #31
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My uncle/cousin got me into hunting.
I hunt any small game that gets in my way, hopefully deer soon!
I've been hunting small game for years with an air rifle, but recently acquired couple shotguns so I'm going to be hunting with them.

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Old 03-05-2009, 05:48 AM   #32
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What/who first got you into hunting, what type of hunting do you prefer and why do you enjoy hunting? Oh and how many years you have under your belt! I know everyones got different stories, interested in hearing them
I love to wing shoot (doves, duck, goose quail) with passion just like I use to love deer hunting. I still love the deer hunting, that is until the gun goes off, then the work starts. Guess I've gotten lazy!
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Old 03-05-2009, 07:45 AM   #33
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For the meat & the challenge and the piece & quiet of the serienity of the woods & the great outdoors, even though that some of my hunts have been unsucessfull at times it's always nice to be alone out there with no disturbences etc.
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I hunt to see critters blow up in the most graphic way possible.

That is all.
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I hunt to see critters blow up in the most graphic way possible.

That is all.
Thats terrible. I'm sure you'll have fun when the zombies come.
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Old 03-06-2009, 04:13 AM   #36
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My dad got me into hunting. i hunt pheasant, deer, turkey and goose. and i hunt because its fun to do.
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I have been hunting nearly my entire life. I live in Oregon, and I hunt mostly Elk, some Deer. I hunt for food. I love the expirience and everything that goes with it. I rarely buy meat, I just open one of the freezers and there is what I need. (and want). My whole family hunts, and most of time we go togather and make it a kind of family vacation. We have bow hunters, rifle hunters, and now pistol hunters (large). Someone gets one, everyone get some.
I live where game is plentiful. Mostly whitetails and turkey. Friends and their parents come here 2xs a year. We hunt, we fish (spring and fall turkey-my farm pond), we bullsh!t, we drink expensive wines and scotches. (sometimes the Aquavis (sp) comes out) Same deal--1 gets something, we all enjoy. (I got 2 toms last spring, and I smoked the breasts that night). 1 guy is fortunate enough to hunt all over N. America and brings game when he can. I like caribou the best, and pronghorn #2.
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I hunt because game is plentiful, they taste good, it's fun, challenging, and it's a good way to bond with my son.

Hunting is good for the whole country.
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I hunt for Food, and The sake of shooting Guns. For what other practical reason could I own my Remmington .270?
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