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Discussion in 'Hunting Forum' started by Billdogge, Nov 10, 2010.
Please post pics and details of game taken with your ARs.
.......Animals cant shoot back......why should we shoot them
Tastes so good
Many have big teeth and they bite.
OK ill give you that they are tasty, but please, have some respect for them....they are not on this earth merely for us to eat,
but to those who hunt for "sport", ....get a life, wheres the sport in shooting a pretty defenseless animal with a weapon when they cant defend themselves....come on
Right, they are for tool making, clothing, shelter and food. If you don't care for hunting, fine. If you would rather get your food from a store where you don't know how it was processed, fine. I kill for food and I enjoy the sport of hunting. Move on if you don't like hunting or hunters.
And to the OP, there is a Hunting Thread section.
Atta boy Skully, my thoughts exactly!
You are kinda right, they are here for us to eat, and for any other animal that is quick enough, smart enough or big enough to eat them. Humans didn't grow to such numbers eating lettuce. I'd rather eat wild game than some hormone fed chicken or cow(not that i dont love steak). I personally believe all animals are here to benefit us, I mean I really enjoy that leather belt and boots that I wear.
Skull you read my mind, and beat me to the punch!
And what about the animals that are considered varmints and harmful to certain environments? Should we let them reproduce in insane numbers? Ground squirrels have been linked to numerous cases of bubonic plague in humans since 1980. They are also categorized as the most destructive varmint in my state, but no one can poison them for fear that a bird of prey will eat them and be poisoned as well. Should we just trap them all and relocate them? C'mon!
i dont dislike hunting....just pissed off lately because ive seen lots of yahoo's disrespecting the animals....i recently saw a "hunt" where some jackass shot a domestic pig 6 times with a desert eagle while it was chained to the ground and about threw up
We have had lots of memeber discuss that very video, and the consensus is the same, it's effin terrible, but don't lump hunters and people who enjoy varminting into the same group. What I shoot primarily isn't shot for food, but they are shot because they are a destructive pest that ruins people's land and hurts their livestock.
Thanks for that clarification Squirrel Slayer......Shooting a pig that is chained the ground is not hunting.
Genesis 1:26 (King James Version)
And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.
THAT is not hunting.
It is called "hunting" , and not "killing", for a reason.
Hunters are never guaranteed success, just like predators in the wild rarely succeed. Game is wary, stealthy, smart and crafty. Not merely delicious.
I am an animal, and i will shoot back.
Regarding the chained pig; i haven't seen the video. I do recall how my Grandmother killed domestic hogs; it didn't seem enjoyable. A college buddy explained how they kill cows for harvest in one of her animal sciences classes (farming-related) with this gun that fired a big bolt into its skull.
Did it look like this??
This from the "anti-Coen brothers!"
Nah, the one they used for the class was powered by blanks, .22 i believe. One larger steer required three or four bolts to take it all the way out. This was in 1995; technology may have changed.
Wow!!!I just was hoping to see that the AR platform was becoming more popular as a hunting rifle, Not all this.
Will move to the hunting forum