Quote: Originally Posted by Risus
I MIGHT HAVE KNOWN. Well you like killing, so the practice shouldn't be a problem...
At least the animal has a chance against an arrow. It seems you are not the great hunter you pretend to be. And yes, the bow is superior.
My you are becoming tiresome.....your attempts to be obnoxious are bearing fruit.
So explain, Oh Great Naturalist and Philosopher of Ethics, why you consider it morally superior to use the bow. Please.
First let me point out that rifles kill more effectively. Quicker, with less pain, and less chance of leaving a mortally wounded animal in the woods........explain how "the animal has a chance against an arrow". Please. I am all a-twitter inside at the thought of being blessed with an outpouring of your extensive knowledge on the subjects of hunting, wounds, archery, ballistics, wildlife.....etc.....I hear you are bordering on genius on the subject....from the streets of Toronto.
I would also point out that practically every bow hunter I know does so because he is very much into archery..........and bow hunters get to hunt deer for two weeks BEFORE the rifle season opens up. Most of them hang up the bow at that point, and get out their rifles.
Really, you would be muxh better off, and appear much less the fool if you left alone subjects on which you obviously know very little...........or nothing.