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tradarcher816
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Sad... Just sad

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tradarcher816
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Just to be clear sad that somebody would use one if given the chance

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Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me. John 14:6

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It is illegal to use them for big game in Colorado.

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I wake up and it's a great fall day . I think I'll go hunting today I turn on my computer take a sip of my expensive scotch and lite up a Cuban cigar .there he is a poop and yorn buck ! I take aim and press a button good shot I tell them you can keep the meat. I'm a vegan life is good !

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Dan Breen

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There are always those who take the easy way. When you begin to see the military gear being recycled into civilian markets, you will be amazed. I am fearful for our sport. I have already written my state senators asking for regulations to protect legitimate hu ters.

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Pretty sure I heard a story about some peta members harassing some gun hunters with a drone, which promptly got shot down. Not sure of the details though

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ChuckC
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I think they would be cool. Not only could we find game outright, we can outfit them with the most current heat seek technology so we can find the critters day or night.

Think about using it to find bedding AND feeding areas. Then, you can send it beyond the critter and have a round up, driving it past the hunters.

Then, we can make a set up where the unit is equipped with a small version of a crossbow, powered by compressed gas or a small explosive device.

We don't even have to go outside in the cold or rain.

This is getting better and better.

And use the heat signature to find the critter and mark it using GPS technology so we can find it.

Then we can send out a remote controlled 4 wheeler complete with hook arm to drag the critter out of the woods and put it into the back of the pick up so we can drive around and show everybody what we got.

I love the future.

So, since I will be sitting on my. . backside doing all of this, Is a 20# bow enough to kill a deer ?
ChuckC

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Brock
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only if you use a draw-loc, expandable head, ILF with laser range finder and sighting setup that shoots over 250fps. [Smile]

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Scott E
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quote:
Originally posted by 14mpg:
Pretty sure I heard a story about some peta members harassing some gun hunters with a drone, which promptly got shot down. Not sure of the details though

Sounds like good practice for wing shooting. [biglaugh]

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