Originally Posted by Joe4d
which is exactly what I asked the sunday hunting supporters to get BEFORE asking for Sunday hunting laws,
Those hunters should be the ones screaming loudest for trespass laws and enforcement, dog hunting restrictions, and property rights of the non hunters.
If hunters would police their own, and work towards laws and enforcement that ruin it for everyone, you would see opposition to Sunday hunting disappear.
This is true. I can see how people who live with responsible hunting can scratch their heads to what seems like anti- hunting opposition. Like what's the big deal? But it's obvious they don't live where hunters are a threat. I'd never, ever want to live where gun laws and trespassing laws aren't enforced but I know there are lots of places that they aren't.
Honestly, I've never met anyone who is anti hunting. It's more anti hunter
- as in the type of hunter they have in their area. Nobody can enjoy their hiking or riding if they are worried being shot. If I did ride during hunting season, I'd be decked out in blaze orange, but really, the fact that you even have to wear orange makes we nervous. That means that hunters are shooting at moving objects before
Oh and I'm not skeered of guns at all! Lol. I've had a gun in the house as long as I can remember. I know how to shoot if the occasion called for it. It's being in the woods and someone thinking I might be a deer kind of freaks me out.