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Why hunt with a Gun?

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by RubenZ, Jul 12, 2007.

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  1. RubenZ

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    Good luck hunting elk with that. :)
     
  3. RubenZ

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    BTW, thats actually a Hobby. Thats a trained Bird.
     
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    Bet it's a bugger to sight-in . . . cleaning probably wouldn't be much fun, either . . .
     
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    Birds of prey take an incredible amount of time to train and look after. There's no taking it to grandma's or getting a friend to look after it while you're off somewhere for a weekend.
     
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    incredible amount of time to train and look after

    I hear that! Hell, I have an old African Gray parrot who lapses into "I hate the entire world" mode, whenever I'm away & my Kids are taking care of him. Consequently, I ensure that the band-aid supply is at max capacity before I depart (Kids can be slow learners & and you still can't teach me a darn thing . . . ). More back on thread, I believe that it's tougher to get licensed as a falconer nowadays, too, but watching birds of prey hunt is indeed a thrill.
     
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