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post #1 of 34 Old 07-27-2009, 10:34 PM Thread Starter
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Hunter Safety class

Tonight (6-9 oclock) i had my first night of Hunter safety. I was ok i guess. We learned all the difffernt kinds of rifles, HH(hunter herassment), hunter ethics, and tree stand safety. i still have 3 more nights left to learn everything. If i dont pass the test on hunter safety i dont get me hunting liseence/permitt. Wish me luck on the test!!
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post #2 of 34 Old 07-27-2009, 10:42 PM
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How cool! I've always wanted to go shooting. Maybe I can get together with my father and his friend. They go shooting once in a while. He has like, 20 acres of land.

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post #3 of 34 Old 07-28-2009, 12:24 AM
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lol, i took my hunters safety already. you learn what u need to - obviously the test we have here is really easy. when i took it though i had already learned EVERYTHING two years before that because my bro taught me everything, so yeah. this year im bow hunting for white tails and hopefully elk and moose too! im really excited. good luck on your test !! its really easy !!

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I got my hunter safety when I was eight. The test is SUPER easy where I live. I only missed one, and I didn't go to the class, so if you payed attention, you should do great! =]

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Thanks guys! I am glad im 13 or else i would not be able to shot a gun only bow. My dad bought be a gun about 1 month ago. It a Mossburge shotgun, and its 20 Gage, AND it has a HUMONGOUS kick!
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Thats so awesome! I love shooting guns. My father has a few really nice ones, and we would always set up soda cans and little plastic toys in my backyard, and shoot them when I was younger. REALLY fun! =)

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thats how we target practice - with pop cans and water bottles and spray paint cans .
our 30/30 has alot of kick actually, me and my bro go hunting without a scope on it lol, just goold ole' iron sights its hard to shoot a white tail with no scope, not once you know how it works tho its good to learn with that first rather than a scope lol, i learned with a scope first haha .

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I learned with a scope as well. I was actually pretty good at hitting a target from afar. I dont know how well I could do it now though..... hehe

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With my gun a shot 100 yard or 200 ICR
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