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Old 12-02-2008, 03:24 PM
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makes no sense

ive never hunted, never wanted to, but at thankgiving we went to my wifes uncles house. hes a hunter, and had 2 freezers 6 feet tall slap azz full of dear meat.

so i thought it would only make sense (economically ) to hunt for meat this would save alot of mnoney on meat through out the year, so i decided for the 09 season that im gonna hunt deer strictly for meat, not worried about the "big buck" just the meat

the i start looking into getting a licences and find out that i need to have a hunters safety course in the state of louisiana

ok that makes sense for someone who is 15 years old, or some one who has never handled a weapon. but good god almighty does a prior military service member really need training for something that they were trained by the united states government to do

that makes absolutely no sense and truly pisses me off
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Old 12-02-2008, 03:30 PM
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priory military experience should an automatic waiver of hunters safety. that is ridiculous
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Old 12-02-2008, 03:30 PM
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Yeah its pretty stupid, I walked out of the class when they told me not point a gun at my face... Noway i could sit there and listen to that idiot for 8 hours.


I found away around it that works in ohio, dont know about lousiana, PM if your curious.
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Old 12-02-2008, 03:39 PM
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Hunter Safety is not just about firearms safety. They do go over the rules and regulations of hunting as well. At least in Michigan they do. That way you do not have the excuse that you did not know the law.

They also go over on how to gut the animal your hunting as that is a major part.

Hunter Safety is a good thing to take. No matter how good you are with firearms safety.
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Yeah it is not all about handling firearms, they go over the hunting laws, tree stand safety etc... Boring but we got to take it
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I agree...it's not all about handling a gun. It's about safety. Plus, you should hunt with a real weapon and use a BOW!
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but good god almighty does a prior military service member really need training for something that they were trained by the united states government to do
Have you met some of the Brain Farts in the Marines?.....some of them barely have an IQ above "DeeDeeDee",.....

Marine bootcamp is like the unemployment line now,....as long as you have 3 good teeth, and can make change for a dollar....YOUR HIRED!

Of course they need to test everyone,........
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I know if your POST certified then you don't have to take Hunter Cert. course
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Old 12-02-2008, 03:50 PM
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I agree...it's not all about handling a gun. It's about safety. Plus, you should hunt with a real weapon and use a BOW!
You still need hunter safety for a bow as well. At least in Michigan.
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Have you met some of the Brain Farts in the Marines?.....some of them barely have an IQ above "DeeDeeDee",.....

Marine bootcamp is like the unemployment line now,....as long as you have 3 good teeth, and can make change for a dollar....YOUR HIRED!

Of course they need to test everyone,........
Listen you Mud Puddle Patroler, I bet there are more Marines then Coasties on here.

Although you would just run us all over with your big truck
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