The Ethics Of Bow Hunting For Deer

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Hunters are under attack. Well meaning, but ignorant people want to stop the hunt. Often they think of hunters as barbarians. Actually, hunters are superior to anti-hunters. There is something basically right about hunting. While hunters know the hunt is good, few can say why. As the battle for hunting rages on, we need to be able to defend our case.

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Overview

Hunters are under attack. Well meaning, but ignorant people want to stop the hunt. Often they think of hunters as barbarians. Actually, hunters are superior to anti-hunters. There is something basically right about hunting. While hunters know the hunt is good, few can say why. As the battle for hunting rages on, we need to be able to defend our case.

Capture the moral high ground. Read The Ethics of Bow Hunting for Deer.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781418483203
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 11/4/2004
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 0.37 (w) x 5.00 (h) x 8.00 (d)

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  • Posted October 12, 2009

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    Every hunter in the world needs to buy a copy of this book and give it to a PETA person!

    If a person does not take any form of medication and does not eat any meat or meat by products. wear shoes or any number of a dozen or more thing I can think of I might cut them a little slack but the do not do this. So many times they just do not wish to know where their steak comes from. Get with life as it really is.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 27, 2012

    Fracia

    *the silver dragon flys over the trees, scaning the ground with an eagle-like vision. A flicker of movement caught her eye. It was only a fat rabit.* to small. *she thought. Another movement, which was more noticeable, drew her attention. It was a small fawn and its mother. The she-deer senced the presence of a mightier being. Fracia dived. The she-deer scampered off, the fawn trying to keep up. Fracia was faster than both. She passed up the fawn, weaving in between the trees.* let the little one live. *she thought. She dropped onto the she-deer, diving for its throat. She bit down hard and killed it instantly. She dragged it off, feeling satisfaction*

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