Catch and release Quail hunting is a sport I would do. I have to brush up on my hand eye operational skills though to pull of catches like that.’
My first thought was “FAKE!”, mainly because the internet has put permanent skepticism in me. Anyone? Is it shopped? Can you tell by the pixels? I’m still enhancing the frames over here on my cray supercomputer but I’ll let you guys know when I’m done.
I’m going to give this guy the benefit of a doubt because he’s apparently Texas pastor Matt Carter. If I know pastors like I think I do (not well) I gotta trust they wouldn’t lie as a part of a viral video scheme. That would be the devil’s work.
Ermahgerd! Do not hit play on this if kids are around:
I’ll be honest, I was ready for some gore when I hit play but I wasn’t expecting to laugh. Apparently I have the maturity of a 6 year old though because when those eyes bulged out in slow motion and the “big league chew” flew out the opening in the deer’s dome piece it caught me by surprise and I lost it. I immediately felt bad after because I like deer and am not a hunter (I’m not against hunting), but it wasn’t the first time and won’t be the last time I laugh at something inappropriate so I got over it quick.
The reason for head shots explained after seem solid. Like he said though, the margin for error is very small so unless you’re a hunting operator of the highest operational operatory levels maybe you better stick with body shots.
Thoughts? Are you 360 degree head shotting deer (scope or no scope we’ll say) from yards on yards on yards?
Wow great… poor kid basically gets called a pussy by his dad for not taking the shots. I don’t see the point of pressuring people of any age to get into hunting (or shooting in general). If you want to, great… if you don’t, that should be alright too.
I like how they kept the old timey classic look to the items. I put “sort of” in the heading when referring to them going back to their roots though because all the items I clicked on were “Imported” (not made in the USA). I know all the reasons companies manufacture overseas. My personal thought, and the way I run my companies, is that if someone in the US can make the product that meets my specifications, i’ll get it made here. I don’t know about the rest of you, but i’ll gladly pay more for an item that is produced domestically if the quality at least can match its foreign made counterparts.
I didn’t know this sport existed before I saw this video:
Random person hiking through the woods: ”Whatcha shooting at?”
Random person: 0.O “uhhhhhhh…”
That’s pretty much how it would go. People just don’t get the thrill of the hunt. Just make sure you don’t take more than your dragonfly license allows… I’ve seen guys get crazy fines for bagging too many.
I have an insatiable hunger for dragonfly meat. *scratches neck furiously*