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killing dogs vs. hunting

Old 12-16-2007, 01:25 AM
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Default RE: killing dogs vs. hunting

pretty hard to breed to kill in the wild.
that is unless you are participating in a high fence ranch situation. Though I don't wish to talk for the masses, I beliee that most on this forum harvest their animals from free range situations. I think posting such a thread in this forum is just stupid. Usually I am more politically correct but I take this thread as an insult to all of us dedicated whitetail hunters. Find your contravercy somewhere else.
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Old 12-16-2007, 06:22 AM
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I vote they string him up like he did the dogs, or dunk him (waterboard his sorry butt) like he did the dogs. How does that even compare to hunting. When was the last time that anybody here hung a deer, or hog to kill it, or got to drown it in the pond to kill it.
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