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Nearly 30 years` experience hunting upland game, big game, and waterfowl in the Upper Midwest and many college level classes in biology. I can answer questions about hunting with rifles and shotguns, and how to hunt mule/whitetail deer, antelope, pheasants, quail, ducks, squirrels, and rabbits. I can also answer questions about outdoor clothing for cold climates. As a licensed therapist, I have helped handicapped outdoorsmen.

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2014-01-14 Getting into Hunting/Shooting Again:

You have a couple of issues going on.  First, airguns have reverse "recoil" in that the recoil goes forward instead of backwards.  You need a special airgun scope designed for that.  Second, you might

2013-11-18 shoulder hit:

Hard to say as it depends on exactly where it.  There's a possibility the arrow hit the spine without breaking it, but the shock of the blow caused momentary paralysis.  The fact no blood was found at

2013-04-01 Rabbit tail:

If you could take something like an Exacto knife and carefully make a slit in the skin to remove the bone that would be great.  Otherwise, I don't think there is enough "meat" in just the tail to be a

2012-12-17 disabled son hunting:

The .30/30 is fairly light recoiling, as is a .243.  Another thought is a .223 with a heavy bullet.  I would see if a gunsmith could custom fit a stock to him.  You might also rig up a rifle rest on the

2011-11-11 License:

Keeping in mind I live in South Dakota and know nothing specific about NY laws, I'm going to guess that someone under 16 would not need a license but might need a hunter's safety certificate. Might also


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