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Would you define yourself as more of a shooter or a hunter?

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  • #16
    I'm more of a hunter, but I do like to stay as sharp by busting (or trying to) clay birds with my kids.

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    • #17
      Much more of a hunter while working, now retired i enjoy hunting and shooting about equal.

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      • #18
        I'm primarily a varmint-shooter. There's not a great deal of hunting or stalking involved, largely a matter of position, range estimation and having worked up accurate handloads for a given rifle.

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        • #19
          cb bob; Meaning to tell you, Pilgrim that is a one great avatar.

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          • #20
            Hunter all the way. I just shoot to be a better hunter.

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            • #21
              I don't hunt big game anymore but when I did I was a tracker and that is pure hunting. Hunting geese over decoys is more of a shooting thing but pheasants with the dogs is definitely hunting in the purest sense. I only spend enough time on the range to get my hunting rifle sighted in.

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              • #22
                both

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                • #23
                  I'm more a shooter than hunter mainly because that's all I can make time for. I have found that I really enjoy load development for my varied rifles and can get out an do an hour or so of shooting but have trouble getting the time off to hunt with family obligations.

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                  • #24
                    uhhhhhh.....shunter

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