Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Mini 14, Feb 19, 2011.
The way he gets excited when he hears the rabbit call.......priceless!
Another good one, but these guys are doing it more for sport instead of management:
Why is kiling an animal joyful?
I kill things that give me trouble, but I never feel good about it.
They give me trouble.
But "joy" is not an emotion I associate with killing coyotes. More a sense of doing my part to protect the environment.
Those times when I feel true happiness is generally because of a good shot. I do enjoy fooling the worthless POS into thinking I am another coyote, or a dying rabbit, but that is more a sense of accomplishment than actual "joy."
Umm I heard the audio in that video.
I would say joy.
That's not me in the video.
You still said it was great.
I did not figure it was you anyway, the shooter hit the coyote
Its a great video.
I've never hunted coyotes in the snow, so please don't take my endorsement of the video as some sort of promotion for snow.
What I love most about the video (and what makes it "great" IMO) is the coyote's reaction. When he hears the rabbit, he gets a bounce in his step.
It quickly fades away
I miss shots, of course I do. But I rarely miss coyotes. I bump fire at coyotes more often than not, so I don't care if 3 hit a tree, as long as 5 hit the coyote. I'm not in it for the sport. As long as they're dead, I don't care how many bullets were wasted.
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