04-13-2011, 08:28 AM
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B&C 180 Class
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Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: North-Central Missouri
Originally Posted by jake112
Also im sorry i forgot to mention why its so dangerus well the land is bordered by sevral differnt people and they just dont understnd we dont want them out there even after we tell them and write letters and this year we came very close to haveing a bad accident while rabbit hunting. Plus this is off topic but they shot our big ten we had out there!!! any way thats the 2nd close call we had out there because of camo.
Well in defense of camo... that's why if it's shared land, the users need to communicate with each other and let each other know when they are going to be using the land. Also, if it was deer season, most states require hunter orange to be worn during rifle portion. Don't know about you fellas, but I always check 100% of my target before I go blazing fire. Camo is the right thing to have on while hunting. Communicate with your fellow hunters and let them know where you're setting up at or traveling through and you shouldn't have any problems.
**just my opinion
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