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User avatar #42 - PVTDickStryker (08/14/2013) [-]
I love guns just as much as the next guy, but I dont think its much of a sport to shoot herbivores with high-powered firearms. **** , if youre gonna call it hunting make the odds a little more ballsy.
User avatar #131 to #42 - bitchitroll (08/15/2013) [-]
game wardens tend to get mad when they see you chasing a deer with a knife while ***** screaming"LET ME ******* KILL YOU"
#111 to #42 - fuckoatmeal ONLINE (08/15/2013) [-]
** *********** rolled a random image posted in comment #3435544 at Friendly ** mfw I see someone in a circle of death with a combat knife and full camouflage against a rearing 12 point
User avatar #78 to #42 - whatugawkinat (08/15/2013) [-]
Hunting can be done in countless ways. As long as you are looking for game, whether it be for food or conservation...it is still hunting. Hunting as a sport is not hunting, it is pathetic and should be eliminated. I hunt for two simple reasons...conservation and food...it is fun, but not in the way the media and white trash inbred "hunters" make it out to be. If you're hungry and want a true meal that's actually healthy and can last a good while...you don't want to make it any more challenging than it already is.
User avatar #110 to #78 - PVTDickStryker (08/15/2013) [-]
If it isnt going to be hard, If there isnt a challenge, theres nothing to be proud of, if you feel like being perched up in a nice, shaded, elevated sniping den using a rifle with a scope that has more tech in it than a flip-phone, what youre experiencing is live target practice, not hunting. Hunting is about chasing, searching for game. Piglet Headshot - Double Kill This guy is a gun-enthusiast, and a nice shot (Despite how easy his scope makes it,) but he is no hunter. Honestly,I feel like such progress and ingenuity will prove to be our downfall someday, as this isnt only seen in hunting.
User avatar #162 to #110 - whatugawkinat (08/15/2013) [-]
I hate what hunting has become. It is nothing more than live target practice with little challenge at all aside from throwing away tons of cash and seeing how long you can sit still...But regardless of HOW it's done, the entire purpose is for conservation and food. Anyone that sits in a blind for a few hours and passes up good legal game for a young buck with a "trophy" rack should in no way consider themselves a hunter...and sadly, these are the types of people you and the majority of non hunters mistake for people like me and countless others who actually do this for (dare I say) the well being of the game population. When you're hunting for food, and all you care about is putting dinner on the table for your family and helping to save money for bills rather than meat...an easy kill is a godsend. So many people have no clue of what hunting really is, and why it's done. There are too many so called "hunters" out there with more media access than they deserve that have done nothing but scar the name and identity of the truth and beauty of true hunting.
User avatar #165 to #162 - PVTDickStryker (08/15/2013) [-]
I love you, I think youre the only person here that actually understands what hunting is.
User avatar #172 to #165 - whatugawkinat (08/15/2013) [-]
Hey, man, I didn't mean to get up in your face and defensive...and I didn't mean to jump your case and offend you if I did. I just have to stand up and voice the truth about something that is very important and forgotten in today's society. Hunting isn't a game, but is very rewarding and enjoyable in it's own right. No true hunter likes to see an animal die, but it is the circle of life and how nature its self is. I admit, the nice gadgets and tech. around is hard to pass up considering that a failed hunt back in the day was devastating. But the thing is...I enjoy the hunt, there's no need for scent block, camo and hundreds of dollars worth in calls, baits and stands. Just simply going out into the woods and actually tracking, stalking and patiently waiting for a perfect shot on by todays standards...a "small" buck is heaven for me. I don't have to take a shot all year to have wonderful memories that will last a lifetime. If I don't tag an animal, yea...I could have had some pure and delicious meat and could have saved a bunch on my food budget...but seeing the wildlife do their thing and have the chance to be that close to them and enjoy watching them eat, play and live is just as good if not better. If there is no sick, diseased or ****** bucks around for me to get a shot on and I'm not that bad off for food...live and let live. I love the thrill of the hunt and a good meal that's pure and healthy..but I love nature and the wildlife more. If I don't need to take a shot, I won't. But like I said...hunting is still hunting. If it's for the better of the population or for putting food on the table, an easy kill is a godsend. But nowadays hunters are just another demographic companies can capitalize on and it's sad that so many people fall for their **** . All you need is an accurate weapon, the skill to use it and the values and knowledge of what you are doing and why it needs to be done.
User avatar #176 to #172 - PVTDickStryker (08/15/2013) [-]
I-I think you either misunderstood me....or what I typed came off as sarcasm...Im agreeing with you o.o Im criticizing gadget-heads that pack food, bunk up, and sit around with high-powered weapons fit for war, that when they land an inevitable kill, start acting like they did something that'd make them the non-fictional Sanger Rainsford. I understand that there are necessities for hunting, be it food or overpopulation, with Texas' boar case as an example. Have you seen the videos im linking? Im criticizing those men for pretending to be hunters when theyre just doing the adult equivalent of burning ant-hills with magnifying glasses, or torturing rodents; taking pride in such ridiculous grounds of overkill just......I dont even know what to call it, though I know courageous isnt the word.
User avatar #181 to #176 - whatugawkinat (08/15/2013) [-]
I just like to ramble, I know you're agreeing with me...and as for the video...it's disturbing to say the least. I know that controlling the population of these beasts is important...but to have an attitude like that is beyond disgusting, I'd hate to see how he "hunts" deer or any other animal that needs to be managed more than controlled. But like I said, a blind, stand or even an expensive firearm with useful tools is nice...not needed, but aids people that can't truly hunt or see as well as they used too. Regardless of food, population control is important...but unfortunately people like this get involved and although doing everything by the book and doing their part...people with this kind of mindset shouldn't be allowed to own a gun, let alone use it.
User avatar #182 to #181 - PVTDickStryker (08/15/2013) [-]
Unfortunately those that hunt with logical reasoning are seen as indiscriminate killers be reservists, and cowards by extremists. Well, kudos to you man, glad to meet someone who's a compassionate and logical hunter.
User avatar #191 to #182 - whatugawkinat (08/15/2013) [-]
That means a lot. Thanks.
User avatar #46 to #42 - bladeguy (08/14/2013) [-]
hunting isnt meant to be a sport. hunting is meant to be killing animals for food and not for bragging rights.
User avatar #56 to #46 - PVTDickStryker (08/14/2013) [-]
Thats not the only use for it, look at the hog infestation in Texas, hunters there are helping the ecosystem and private property by thinning them out. What rustles my jimmies is when someone acts like theyre hot **** after using a minigun to mow down something that only knows how to run left or right.
#98 to #56 - cabbagemayhem (08/15/2013) [-]
Hunting alone is very important for wildlife preservation.
User avatar #106 to #98 - PVTDickStryker (08/15/2013) [-]
T-thats exactly what I said....
#116 to #106 - cabbagemayhem (08/15/2013) [-]
Just making sure it's clear.
User avatar #86 to #56 - bladeguy (08/15/2013) [-]
in canada, where i live, we dont really have infestations. my community has always been a fishing and hunting community. we mainly use rifles with 30-30, 308. ,270., and 300 rounds for hunting animals like deer.
User avatar #70 to #56 - redneckhokage (08/15/2013) [-]
thats simply eliminating an infestation, like spraying roaches if theyre in your house
User avatar #74 to #70 - PVTDickStryker (08/15/2013) [-]
I.....know......Thats why I said people who hunt them are helping.....what Im saying is along this line; Should you feel like master hunter Orion himself after using size 14 spiked cleats to kill a roach?
User avatar #132 to #74 - redneckhokage (08/15/2013) [-]
i was just backing you up, i could of worded that better
User avatar #60 to #56 - roliga (08/15/2013) [-]
>implying anyone has ever used a minigun in hunting
User avatar #71 to #60 - redneckhokage (08/15/2013) [-]
they have actual, but it was hunting in the technical sense of the words
User avatar #62 to #60 - PVTDickStryker (08/15/2013) [-]
>Implying I'd use something I know nothing about as an example.
God I love this Youtube insert function
Boar Hunting With MINI GUN
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