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Why are people putting up a fuss about hitting a deer in the head with a golf club to finish it off?

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  • #16
    I think it is just fine, but its not my bag

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    • #17
      If you are even asking that question you should not be hunting and you lack the respect and ethics every hunter should show towards his or her quarry. The taking of a game animal should be done with the utmost respect for that animal, and unnecessary barbaric cruelties set aside.

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      • #18
        I think it's fine. It will knock them out cold and they won't feel a thing. And you don't have to go in with a knife and get kicked at.

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        • #19
          I probably deserved a couple of dunce cap awards when I was young ... perhaps even in recent times (just ask my girlfriends), and maybe again tomorrow but, please ... sit in a corner and think about why so many people are outraged by this. You're answering not only to the public but to sportsmen who love their sport.

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          • #20
            I understand what your coming at, but seriously there are better ways to put out a deer. You have a better chance of having a bullet, arrow, or arrow with you then a golf club, unless you are near your house, and even then, why are you hunting so close to your house? Bottom line: use other means other than hitting it with a golf club.

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            • #21
              they are just jealous they havent had the oppurtunity

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              • #22
                well when your dieing we will all beat you like a pinyata with a golf club and see how you like your last moments. i mean seriosly do you(and those who have said its fine) have any ethics at all?

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