Turkey Hunters Get Shot At While Calling In A Gobbler

Turkey Hunters Get Shot At While Calling In A Gobbler

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    Turkey Hunters Get Shot At While Calling In A Gobbler

    Remember folks to always keep safety in mind and positively identify your target and what’s beyond it before ever shooting.

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    I hope they caught and prosecuted the idiot.
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    That's a different jackwagon story than the one I saw the other day. This one was in KS, and three jackwagons were in the mix.

    Hunting accident hospitalizes two - News - Morning Sun - Pittsburg, KS

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    Quote Originally Posted by okbob View Post
    That's a different jackwagon story than the one I saw the other day. This one was in KS, and three jackwagons were in the mix.

    Hunting accident hospitalizes two - News - Morning Sun - Pittsburg, KS
    More stupidity.
    How in the heck can somebody look at a fake fan and not know that its not stationary? How?
    These folks need prosecuted and their license permanently removed. What they did is not an accident and some time in the cross bar hotel.
    My Uncle told me of his first time in Colorado hunting Mule Deer. He saw some dirt fly in front of him and then heard the boom. Hit the dirt behind a log and started hollering. Finally got their attention and they didn't shoot again. He reported it, and found it was some folks from the east coast. Their home location really doesn't matter i guess, but the lack of gun safety should be paramount among those going out into the woods to make sure they don't shoot themselves or others.
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    to protect themselves against tyranny in government." - Thomas Jefferson

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    I used to, but have gotten kind of lax on, tie a piece of orange engineers tape on either my hat or blind just so it might catch the eye of other hunters. If it just makes you take a second look, that may (depending on the level of stooped) save the day.
    America is at that awkward stage. It's too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards.

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