Texas and the U.S. have a long history related to the hunting of wild game. In fact, historically speaking, the native inhabitants and early American settlers of these regions would have never survived without it.
Increasingly, in recent years, the practice of hunting and the tools of its trade have been observed under newfound scrutiny. If this scrutiny was all applied out of necessity and based upon legitimate concerns or problems, very little controversy would be attached to their related campaigns. Unfortunately though, it is obvious to most practitioners of hunting, as well as to firearms and weaponry enthusiasts and advocates, that much of this public disdain and protest is based upon hearsay and a lack of well-rounded education on these subjects.
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