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Posted 3/1/12

whitefang21 wrote:

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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whitefang21 wrote:

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?



>This x99


What Deus said. Would you just live off of the leafs there? That wouldn't last long since I am sure you would begin to miss the taste of meat. Plus, everyone needs meat to live..



I want bacon now. ;;
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xddbad wrote:

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.




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.



Asdkfdlkghkjk!


I would wear the heck out of that elks head. It's horns are so perfect ;w; HNNNNNGG, I'ma tackle the first spike elk I see now. xD
Posted 3/1/12 , edited 3/1/12

xXGintamaXx wrote:


whitefang21 wrote:

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





DeusExMachine wrote:


whitefang21 wrote:

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?



>This x99


What Deus said. Would you just live off of the leafs there? That wouldn't last long since I am sure you would begin to miss the taste of meat. Plus, everyone needs meat to live..



I want bacon now. ;;





Damn right, and wild boar hunting would bring home the bacon like no other.
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Posted 3/1/12

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xXGintamaXx wrote:


whitefang21 wrote:

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





DeusExMachine wrote:


whitefang21 wrote:

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?



>This x99


What Deus said. Would you just live off of the leafs there? That wouldn't last long since I am sure you would begin to miss the taste of meat. Plus, everyone needs meat to live..



I want bacon now. ;;


Damn right, and wild boar hunting would bring home the bacon like no other.


I'm kinda scared wild boars xD Just only because how I heard they will charge the heck outta anything that moves. >< But if I had a flame thrower, that would be a different story. Instant. Bacon.


Now I want eggs, bacon, OJ and some pancakes.
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Posted 3/1/12 , edited 3/1/12

DeusExMachine wrote:


whitefang21 wrote:

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?


The type of hunting that is being currently discussed in this thread is for fun. Therefore my answer is aimed at killing animals for fun. When it comes to survival is an entirely different thing.
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Breakfast before a hunt is a great pleasure. I've enjoyed this many a time.
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only hunting i have done is fishing, if you don't think that counts try spear fishing.

anywho, really your ganna slit there throat instead of shooting them to give them a merciless death?

honestly i am against your methods, if i were to find someone like that when i am camping. you can be sure that i will point my rifle behind your head, obviously im not ganna shoot but hand you over cuz that is without a doubt animal cruelty.

the method isn't even considered primal. did what they need to survive.

if i have to i would hunt. but other than that i don't want to shoot any living creature with a cut nor would i like to cut there throats. fish is the only thing i would ever kill.

but really you killed a wolf? i'd prob shoot ya in the leg if i saw you do it and prob snap your left arm.
though the are not on the endangered list anymore hunting them should still be off limits.
Posted 3/1/12

whitefang21 wrote:


DeusExMachine wrote:


whitefang21 wrote:

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?


The type of hunting that is being currently discussed in this thread is for fun. Therefore my answer is aimed at killing animals for fun. When it comes to survival is an entirely different thing.


When it comes to hunting that isn't so cowardly, take a crack at dangerous hunts. Such as elephant, hippopotamus, Alaskan brown bear, and cape buffalo.
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Breakfast before a hunt is a great pleasure. I've enjoyed this many a time.


Ohh neat. The closest I ever got to that pleasure is eating breakfast and PVP'ing online. lol
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The type of hunting that is being currently being discussed in this thread is for fun. Therefore my answer is aimed at killing animals for fun. When it comes to survival is an entirely different thing.


Are you talking about people who don't eat their game? Then I would have to agree with you. If I ever went even fishing, I wouldn't want to just fish for fun and toss them back in..It would have to be for a purpose such as food. Or even if I did it for fun, I should at least eat or provide the catch as food for someone else.

I am a meat eater now..but I don't want to actually hunt animals. They're not in a slaughterhouse to become food, those animals are in their natural environment in nature.
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Yes it may be dangerous but nobody is forcing you to do it. When your doing it for survival you don't have much choices.
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xXGintamaXx wrote:


whitefang21 wrote:

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





DeusExMachine wrote:


whitefang21 wrote:

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?



>This x99


What Deus said. Would you just live off of the leafs there? That wouldn't last long since I am sure you would begin to miss the taste of meat. Plus, everyone needs meat to live..



I want bacon now. ;;


vegetarians? ancient maya? people who get stranded on islands sometimes have to live off of coconut alone.
Posted 3/1/12
Nah.
Posted 3/1/12 , edited 3/1/12

wolfsaiga wrote:

only hunting i have done is fishing, if you don't think that counts try spear fishing.

anywho, really your ganna slit there throat instead of shooting them to give them a merciless death?

honestly i am against your methods, if i were to find someone like that when i am camping. you can be sure that i will point my rifle behind your head, obviously im not ganna shoot but hand you over cuz that is without a doubt animal cruelty.

the method isn't even considered primal. did what they need to survive.

if i have to i would hunt. but other than that i don't want to shoot any living creature with a cut nor would i like to cut there throats. fish is the only thing i would ever kill.

but really you killed a wolf? i'd prob shoot ya in the leg if i saw you do it and prob snap your left arm.
though the are not on the endangered list anymore hunting them should still be off limits.


Fishing I really enjoy, though not every trip is so humane. I have seen less-than-ethical fisherman tear the lips and gills from fish and toss them back into the water. They are completely helpless from that point on. And hunting for sport today can teach a person a lot about respect for nature, that is, if they have any conscience.


whitefang21 wrote:


Yes it may be dangerous but nobody is forcing you to do it. When your doing it for survival you don't have much choices.


Yeah, you do it because you want to. And imagine a sportsman-like hunt in Africa after rogue bull elephants that threaten the indigenous peoples. By harvesting a dangerous creature such as a rogue bull elephant, you not only save the people from being trampled to death, but they will very quickly butcher the carcass for their own dietary needs.
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However, they eventually realize they are not getting the nutrients they need so thus, meat time!
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