Monday, October 22, 2012

Hunting Successfully

"I am taking it for granted that you are already a marksman of some skill, that you know your weapon thoroughly and can handle it safely. To enter the woods and fields to hunt without these basic requirements is the mark of a poor hunter and a poorer sportsman. It means missed or wounded game rather than clean kills, danger to others in the woods, and shows a lack of mature consideration for yourself, your weapon and both companions of quarry." 

Good Reading Rack Service, 1957

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