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    Should Big Game Hunters Be Able To Hunt Big Game Hunters Without Fear Of Prosecution?

    " Should Big Game Hunters Be Able To Hunt Big Game Hunters Without Fear Of Prosecution ? "

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    This one should register as a big game hunter and , because of the types of animals killed , get on the list of available big game hunter targets that only other big game hunters can shoot , where once one shoots another big game hunter , the big game hunter is added to the list of available big game hunter targets ,

    https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/trop...145000919.html

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    I am a hunter. Waterfowl mostly but occasionally hogs. I have been out deer hunting, and always put in for an elk tag.

    Now, there are hunters who trophy hunt, but not everyone. Believe it or not, many hunters disagree with killing non game animals and many hunters will not go on canned hunts.

    Not all hunters are the same. I only kill what I eat. Not for a rug, a pelt, or a mount

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    Think for myself , thanks for being a responsible hunter and it is certainly not an issue condemned in this thread .

    It would be interesting to know whether it could be decided , as to which animals big game hunters could hunt or not hunt to avoid being added to a list of big game hunter targets for others registered as big game hunters .

    It would likely be easy to find a network to sponsor footage of the " Big Game Hunting Hunting " .

    Note that a big game hunter could not kill any individual other than those on the big game hunters available for being hunted list .

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    I understand the necessity of culling the herd and all that. Especially since we've taken so much land from wildlife. But I don't understand trophy hunting. Like what the president's sons do. That's some sick and twisted shit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Babba View Post
    I understand the necessity of culling the herd and all that. Especially since we've taken so much land from wildlife. But I don't understand trophy hunting. Like what the president's sons do. That's some sick and twisted shit.
    I do not appreciate the hunting of endangered species and feel that doing so anywhere in the world is enough for a hunter to be added to a legally sanctioned eligibility list for being hunted by other big game hunters .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Think for myself View Post
    I am a hunter. Waterfowl mostly but occasionally hogs. I have been out deer hunting, and always put in for an elk tag.

    Now, there are hunters who trophy hunt, but not everyone. Believe it or not, many hunters disagree with killing non game animals and many hunters will not go on canned hunts.

    Not all hunters are the same. I only kill what I eat. Not for a rug, a pelt, or a mount
    A lot of the big game tastes kind of shitty. We got a bear up in PA last year and I tried some -- chewy as hell. I'll stick with duck or wild turkey any day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puzzling Evidence View Post
    A lot of the big game tastes kind of shitty. We got a bear up in PA last year and I tried some -- chewy as hell. I'll stick with duck or wild turkey any day.
    My considerations have been that the scheme should only be open to allow the hunting of big game hunters on the huntable list by other big game hunters who have killed sanctioned animals and are themselves on a legal registration for being hunted list .

    Alternatively would the schema be fair to open the hunting of huntable big game hunters to any willing to register as big game hunter with the intention of hunting a huntable big game hunter , whence concurrently the registrant would likewise be added to the legally authorized huntable list ?

    With some level of certainty , the plot might make a decent b movie , especially since such a sport would include a vicarious level of public sympathy , although lacking in any acceptable reality .
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    Big game hunters hunting big game hunters is fine with me. I don't even mind if they mount the big game hunter's head on their wall if that is one of the rules they all know when signing up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Minotaur View Post
    Big game hunters hunting big game hunters is fine with me. I don't even mind if they mount the big game hunter's head on their wall if that is one of the rules they all know when signing up.
    Given the propensity of more than a few people and probably many , one might imagine the number of lunatics who register for the thrill of killing and not being prosecuted , even though they could potentially be killed themselves .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Monk-Eye View Post
    " Should Big Game Hunters Be Able To Hunt Big Game Hunters Without Fear Of Prosecution ? "

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    Yes ?

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    This one should register as a big game hunter and , because of the types of animals killed , get on the list of available big game hunter targets that only other big game hunters can shoot , where once one shoots another big game hunter , the big game hunter is added to the list of available big game hunter targets ,

    https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/trop...145000919.html

    No logic here, hunting wild animals is less barbaric than eating commercial meat made from animals forced to live in cramped factory conditions. (So unless a person is a vegan, then condemning hunting is hypocritical).

    And saying that "rare" species like Leopards are more valuable than "common" animals like Chickens is kind of... racist. Most big game hunting isn't illegal poaching, and takes place on special preserves with regulations in check to ensure that endangered species aren't hunted in excess.

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