Hunting safe, getting safer says new IHEA exec

Discussion in 'Northwest Hunting' started by Dave Workman, May 16, 2013.

  1. Dave Workman

    Dave Workman
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    Yesterday’s Extrano’s Alley” gun blog discussed an apparent myth surrounding guns in the house and during the course of the discussion created something of a myth of its own when it suggested that “there were 606 fatal firearms accidents during 2012; and conventional wisdom has it that some 400 of those involved hunting accidents.”

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  2. Roberto

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    I would like to agree with you dear. Hunt should be at safe level. That's why it is recommended that your tent should be placed at a safer level from the ground level, also use a good quality one to avoid any type of danger. So, stay safe and always use safety precautions.

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