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Discussion in 'Firearm-Related News' started by Joe Link, Nov 15, 2017.
Continue Reading: New Wisconsin law allows children of any age to hunt with guns
Hunting Age Requirements for Each State
Some kids learn lifelong survival skills from an early age.
thats awesome. i cant wait to take my boys hunting when i feel theyre ready.
i have taken my 3 1/2 yr old on a “hunt” in my buddys back 40. he had a blast. he learned what a deer poop looks like, deer tracks buck or doe, a rub, bedding areas etc... man o man its a good feeling to have your kids WANT to go to the woods.
I think it begins with teaching kids to enjoy the outdoors at an early age. Short hikes that always include favorite snacks, searching for the perfect walking stick, learning to make fire without matches, silently watching wildlife, etc. Even camping in the backyard can be an adventure when they are young, and gives them an early exposure to setting up a tent, looking up at the stars, telling stories in the dark. But no matter what, 'papa' gets the thickest pad for his sleeping bag.
Because children can now legally hunt with firearms in Wisconsin, this kindergartner becomes the first to bag a buck thanks to those new terrifying rules
'"She looked at me right away and said, 'I'm not gutting it because that's gross,'"
Not a hunter myself, but I see it as one less decision the government is making for us and that's a good thing.