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I just wanna know other peoples opinion, that is all.

I haven't been hunting myself before, but if I did.... it would go a little something like this(Warning: May be kinda graphic for some):

First, I would like to find a animal bigger than me, maybe a deer, bear or even a wolf. Whatever would come first my way. I would then kill it by maybe with a ballistic knife by cutting its throat and using its head and pelt as a camouflage for the next time I go hunting.

Then I would go out a second time, find another animal and chase it down on foot, tackle it, kill it, make camouflage out of it. The war I would display my kills in my house is by turning each animal head into a Peruvian hat. Guess you could say my hunting style is....old? Or primal? Not sure what to call it but.... But of course before all of that, I would need some epic training. xD


So, would you ever go hunting or anything? Or are you against it?





Posted 3/1/12
I've hunted waterfowl, deer, and elk. I enjoy the activity on occasion.

I do believe in ethics pertaining to hunting, such as not wasting the game you take and practicing firearm safety.

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DeusExMachine wrote:

I've hunted waterfowl, deer, and elk. I enjoy the activity on occasion.

I do believe in ethics pertaining to hunting, such as not wasting the game you take and practicing firearm safety.



Oooooh.

Neat. Was it fun hunting an elk? And what do you mean by not wasting game? What do you do with it? :O
Posted 3/1/12

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DeusExMachine wrote:

I've hunted waterfowl, deer, and elk. I enjoy the activity on occasion.

I do believe in ethics pertaining to hunting, such as not wasting the game you take and practicing firearm safety.



Oooooh.

Neat. Was it fun hunting an elk? And what do you mean by not wasting game? What do you do with it? :O


I never bagged an elk. Wrong place and wrong time, but still a good experience. And not wasting game (animals) means to eat it or use some part of it for whatever reason.
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DeusExMachine wrote:


xXGintamaXx wrote:


DeusExMachine wrote:

I've hunted waterfowl, deer, and elk. I enjoy the activity on occasion.

I do believe in ethics pertaining to hunting, such as not wasting the game you take and practicing firearm safety.



Oooooh.

Neat. Was it fun hunting an elk? And what do you mean by not wasting game? What do you do with it? :O


I never bagged an elk. Wrong place and wrong time, but still a good experience. And not wasting game (animals) means to eat it or use some part of it for whatever reason.




Ohhh I see. x3 When you do bag an elk, lemme know, sounds like it would be fun to chase one around and then get it xD Then turn its head into a hat. I always wanted to do that. x3
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I would love hunting humans w/o going to jail for it Sadly the human animal species is very protected by laws Hunting things that can't fight back is very cowardly.
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I would love hunting humans w/o going to jail for it Sadly the human animal species is very protected by laws



>_>


<_<


I would like to hunt humans who are racist and are just plain mean. Just saying.


<O<

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Posted 3/1/12

xXGintamaXx wrote:


DeusExMachine wrote:


xXGintamaXx wrote:


DeusExMachine wrote:

I've hunted waterfowl, deer, and elk. I enjoy the activity on occasion.

I do believe in ethics pertaining to hunting, such as not wasting the game you take and practicing firearm safety.



Oooooh.

Neat. Was it fun hunting an elk? And what do you mean by not wasting game? What do you do with it? :O


I never bagged an elk. Wrong place and wrong time, but still a good experience. And not wasting game (animals) means to eat it or use some part of it for whatever reason.




Ohhh I see. x3 When you do bag an elk, lemme know, sounds like it would be fun to chase one around and then get it xD Then turn its head into a hat. I always wanted to do that. x3


Yeah, I'll be sure to make a tribal headdress out of an elk's head. That would be heavy packing the antlers around, though.
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DeusExMachine wrote:


xXGintamaXx wrote:


DeusExMachine wrote:


xXGintamaXx wrote:


DeusExMachine wrote:

I've hunted waterfowl, deer, and elk. I enjoy the activity on occasion.

I do believe in ethics pertaining to hunting, such as not wasting the game you take and practicing firearm safety.



Oooooh.

Neat. Was it fun hunting an elk? And what do you mean by not wasting game? What do you do with it? :O


I never bagged an elk. Wrong place and wrong time, but still a good experience. And not wasting game (animals) means to eat it or use some part of it for whatever reason.




Ohhh I see. x3 When you do bag an elk, lemme know, sounds like it would be fun to chase one around and then get it xD Then turn its head into a hat. I always wanted to do that. x3


Yeah, I'll be sure to make a tribal headdress out of an elk's head. That would be heavy packing the antlers around, though.


Yeah, but I am sure if maybe you can find one big enough but small antlers wouldn't be bad. Or if you trimmed them down to size, maybe to something like the horns in this picture?: http://www.northfur.ca/prosthetics/r30/r30_main.jpg
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aslong as we don;t hunt pandas look how majestic



SO majestic!!
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xddbad wrote:

aslong as we don;t hunt pandas look how majestic



SO majestic!!





I could bag a spike elk, which would lighten the antler weight a great deal.

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Hit Post before I actually meant to but I think its very cowardly to kill animals that can't fight back.
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Hit Post before I actually meant to but I think its very cowardly to kill animals that can't fight back.


Suppose the hunt was outside of sportsmanship, and you were stranded in the wilderness, and your survival takes priority.

What would you do?
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xddbad wrote:

aslong as we don;t hunt pandas look how majestic



SO majestic!!





DeusExMachine wrote:


xddbad wrote:

aslong as we don;t hunt pandas look how majestic



SO majestic!!





I could bag a spike elk, which would lighten the antler weight a great deal.




Dat' majestic-ness.






A spike elk, eh? Never heard of one, let alone seen one. oAo Care to gimme a picture? :O
Posted 3/1/12

xXGintamaXx wrote:


xddbad wrote:

aslong as we don;t hunt pandas look how majestic



SO majestic!!





DeusExMachine wrote:


xddbad wrote:

aslong as we don;t hunt pandas look how majestic



SO majestic!!





I could bag a spike elk, which would lighten the antler weight a great deal.




Dat' majestic-ness.






A spike elk, eh? Never heard of one, let alone seen one. oAo Care to gimme a picture? :O


A spike elk is a young male elk with no more than three points on its antlers.

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