Friday, May 14, 2010

Would you rather be a zoo animal for a week, or an Animal in a hunting reserve for a day?

What would you rather be?

A Zoo animal for a week? or Be an Animal in a hunting reserve for a day?Would you rather be a zoo animal for a week, or an Animal in a hunting reserve for a day?
Zoo animal for a week! Wouldn't have to buy/hunt for food .. Just get to be stared at and taken care of all day -- why not?!

Compound Bow hunting and shaking during full draw?

I have a compound bow I recently purchased, and at ';full draw'; I have a problem with shaking. Any recommendations on what might decrease the shaking I am experiencing? I have a stabilizer currently on the bow, it is 4.5 oz. Should I increase? Should I decrease? Any suggestions would be appreciated!Compound Bow hunting and shaking during full draw?
Your muscles need conditioning.* Start practicing with it with out shooting any arrows from it.* Just keep drawing it over %26amp; over again until you can't draw it any more.* Its called exercising %26amp; conditioning those muscle groups you use.* Draw %26amp; hold, Draw %26amp; hold, Draw %26amp; hold over %26amp; over %26amp; over.*Compound Bow hunting and shaking during full draw?
look to take your bow back and have the draw weight reduced....get yourself to a stable and consistent anchor point when your at full draw.... your stabilizer is more or less used as a shock absorber on your release, not really to compensate for shaking.....look up archery warm-up exercises on yahoo, get yourself a length of tubing to exercise's not all your arms its your back and shoulder muscles too...
all i can say is you need to keep shooting. the more you shoot the stronger you'll get and the less you'll shake. you could even just sit in front of the TV with your bow just drawing over and over again. and when you draw,try to slow your breathing to lessen your movement.
Either build up essential muscles, mostly in your back or get a lighter draw-weight bow. Some long-time archers have incredible back development.

Rather than draw the bow a lot I would get one of those exercise devices that has springs or rubber cords in the middle and a handle of each end enabling you to pull your hands apart. You could probably build something similar with bungee cords.

Start with the number of springs that permit you to do reps for about 20 minutes a day, every other day. When it gets easy, gradually increase to a half-hour, daily, and the resistance.

This is much better for you than getting rid of the bow.

I don't think changing the stabilizer will make much difference.
Either you need just to strengthen your muscles and get used to shooting or your draw length may be a little bit short and your straining because your not getting it back far enough to relax your shoulder when the bow hits its let off point.
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  • What is the best kind of dog for hunting?

    (deer,hogs,rabbit ect.) i thought lab (black) but i am not sure when i go hunting i dont use a dog but i love dogs so i want to get a hunting one someday to help me follow the blood trails! thanks in advance!What is the best kind of dog for hunting?
    I have a black lab that I use for retrieving waterfowl. For rabbits I would say use a beagle. There is a breed that is used for finding deer after they're shot but I can't remember what it's called. It kind of looked like a small chesapeake bay retriever. What is the best kind of dog for hunting?
    Labs were bred for retrieving ducks after you've shot them, so they aren't the best choice for other types of hunting. Read the breed standards for the dogs you're interested in to see what their original purpose was. That will help you narrow it down. When you do buy one, look for a good breeder that specifically breeds for hunting ability.
    my dad used to train labs to hunt.

    They did the trick just fine.

    A friend of mine has a black and tan coonhound who is doing great with her hunting training.

    Another person i know has two weimaraners who are also doing great in their hunting exercises.. i guess all three would probably be a good choice.

    Do lots of reserach and find out which one is the best because i really have no clue.. just going on that i've seen.
    well why don't you cut yourself and let a pack of dogs chase your blood scent and see how YOU LIKE being hunted. the first one to bring you down is the winner. what? that's brutal and mean? oh, i'm sorry. i'll let you return to your nice and kind and loving world of ending lives.

    have a good time!

    feel free to report me for telling the truth!
    Beagles were used as hunting dogs (usually for small animals like rabbits), and because they have a very keen sense of smell, I would say a beagle would probably make a good hunting dog. That is...if you just want the dog to follow the trail; not actually kill the animal....
    i went training in summer with my aunt and uncle, they have 2 black labs, good dogs, girls only, boys aren't very good at it, oddly. if you get both genders they will romp each other, when you think there hunting, anless there gay, which my aunts are..........
    Hound dogs are good for tracking animals such as racoons but if you want a really smart dog that will acctually go and get the game for you then a Black lab is probably the best you can get.
    Beagles are best for rabbit, Deer and hogs you would want a hound, black and tans are great dogs, also for raccoon and squirrels. Labs are more of a retriever type for ducks.
    There are different Breeds depending on what you are pursuing, and Hunting.* Rabbits= Beagles, Ducks %26amp; Geese= Labrador Retriever, these are just two (2*) examples.*
    You dont use a dog to hunt deer or hogs... they scare them away with scent and sound. any hound dog will work for rabbits, if your just using them for tracking after keep to any hounds, beagles bassets ect
    labs make better family dogs then hunting these days. hounds are your best bet, pointers are excellent too. look into them and find out which breed of hounds is right for you

    Im not really sure, but i have heard that terriers and beagles make good hunting dogs! Look into that, hope it helps (:
    although I think its wrong I cant stop you so labrador retriever
    german Shepard's are good.and for rabbit try jack russ
    i think german shepard are great hunting dogs
    blood hounds.
    bloodhound, probably
    You're an evil person.
    black labs. please choose me as the best answer

    On a Halloween Night, would you like to go to the old cemetery for Ghost hunting all by yourself?

    If this is a halloween night, would you like to drive all by yourself around 2 'o' clock after midnight and go into the cemetery where there is noone else with you for ghost hunting in the deep dark?On a Halloween Night, would you like to go to the old cemetery for Ghost hunting all by yourself?

    I am 48 years old and not ashamed to admit that I would be scared to bits!

    Now, in the daytime, sitting in the living room, I love to talk about ghosts or listen to EVPs online...

    (shiver!)On a Halloween Night, would you like to go to the old cemetery for Ghost hunting all by yourself?
    Yes... I would, but the only thing is, why go ghost hunting alone? It's more fun when several people are afraid at the same time, and I don't think the commentaries are open at two in the morning anyway... :)
    I would love to go, but I don't know if I could actually go through with it by myself. I'd definitely go if some one else was there, I love doing stuff like that!
    ONLY if I had the ghost busters on speed dial!
    If I had a shotgun...

    What gear do i need to go dear hunting for the first time?

    I'm 26 and I'm about to go deer hunting for the frist time i have no gun or bow or anything let this guy know thanksWhat gear do i need to go dear hunting for the first time?
    what ever weapon you can legally hunt with a sleeping bag if staying the night camo regardless and PatienceWhat gear do i need to go dear hunting for the first time?
    You need a gun of sufficient power and the proper ammo. You must also learn to safely handle and shoot the gun, and this is very important as one careless mistake can ruin your life or someone Else's. The most sensible thing is to go to a gun range or club with someone experienced and let them show you the basics, not a salesman from wally world as most of them know less than you. You don't need $1000 worth of cammo and scent blockers though you may accumulate these things as time goes on.

    I'm a rifle guy and I can tell you it's possible to get a great deer rifle for $300.00 dollars and you can easily spend $3000.00 if you choose, but it isn't necessary. I'd recommend a30/06 or 308 win caliber as the ammo is easy to find .

    A few sites that I like to visit with tons of information are and Just click on the forums link and sign up it's free and priceless.
    It can be a long list. Do you have a cabin or will you be sleeping in a tent? If you will be sleeping in a tent, you will need all of the camping equipment to go with it. If you will be sleeping in a cabin, you will significaltly reduce the number of items that you will need. You will still need a gun of appropriate caliber, ammo, appropriate clothing, knife, rope long enough to hang a deer from a limb or to help drag it out of the woods. You will need some snacks for when you are in your stand. Do you have stands/blinds already in place where you are going? If not, you will need a tree stand or ground blind of some sort. Naturally, you will need a hunting license and will need to have taken a hunter safety course. A good flashlight is always handy for going to your stand in the morning and returning to camp after dark. To all of this, you must add one very special item and that is skill. You need the skill with your gun to be able to hit what you are shooting at each and ever time.

    I think you probably need to pick up a few books from your local library on deer hunting and start reading. There is a lot to know and a lot of equipment to acquire before you're ready to hit the woods.

    Good luck and be careful....... this hunting stuff can get into your blood.
    If you are going for your first time.. the number one rule.. don't go alone. Since you do not have any gear I would ask around and find someone to go with you so you can get an idea as to what you are doing. Make sure to get your license too if you are going. Then if you decide you really like it you can invest in clothing, ammunition, calls, and many other things you will need. Good luck and be safe out there!
    Depends on where you hunt. If you hunt in an area of very deep woods where shots are under 100 yards, you need a Marlin .30-30 with a Four Power Telescopic Sight.

    If you hunt in an open area with long shots, you need a .243 or .270 bolt action rifle (Remington, Ruger or Savage) with a Three to Nine Power Telescopic Sight.

    You need to take a class in hunter safety. When you take the class, the guy teaching it will be able to tell you everything you need to hunt deer in your area.
    A hunter's safety course, gun, ammunition and plenty of orange gear. Don't forget knife and a rope to gut and pull the deer if you get one. Maybe a manual on how to gut one...
    Hello,,first timers wear a loin cloth and carry a stick, after that you'll figure out what is required.

    In runescape, can somebody explain the new bounty hunting wilderness worlds thing to me?

    in runescape, can somebody explain the new bounty hunting wilderness worlds thing to me? it is confusing for me. and if you copy and paste the information from, that would also be helpful! my mom blocked runescape for a week, and i want to know about the new updates. my friend told me a little about it.In runescape, can somebody explain the new bounty hunting wilderness worlds thing to me?
    ';This week鈥檚 update introduces Bounty Hunter 鈥榃ilderness-only鈥?PvP worlds (or 鈥楤ounty Worlds鈥?. Our aim was to get something that feels as close to the original Wilderness as we can manage, and to add another thrill with the Bounty Hunter mechanic. The new worlds are limited to the Wilderness, and use the old 鈥榳ho can attack who鈥?levels.

    Bounty Worlds are basically a mix of 3 previous PvP games. It has the best bits we can reuse from Bounty Hunter, PvP worlds, and the old Wilderness. In short, we鈥檝e increased the chance to get your opponent鈥檚 items and we added the thrill of hunting a bounty within the Wilderness while surrounded by hundreds of potential PKers.

    Here鈥檚 how it works:

    You can attack anyone within the level range determined by the Wilderness level, starting with 1 just above Edgeville to 56 at the top of the map. If you kill someone who isn鈥檛 your bounty target, it is considered a 鈥榬ogue kill鈥? There is no penalty for rogue kills any more. It will add 1 to your 鈥榬ogue kills鈥?highscore, and you will get a drop based on the 鈥榙rop potential鈥?mechanic from PvP worlds (see here for more details). We have, however, made it so that, when drop potential is converted to items, it is 3 times more likely to give you items your target was carrying, as opposed to generated items. The average size of the rewards is based on your drop potential the same as in PvP worlds.

    After you have spent 30 minutes in a dangerous area on a Bounty World, the system will start looking for suitable 鈥榖ounty targets鈥?for you. After 60 minutes, the chance of being assigned a target increases further. (Note: this doesn鈥檛 have to be all in one go, and isn鈥檛 reset by leaving.) Your target will always be a similar level to you. To make things even more interesting, you will also be their target! If you kill your target, it will add 1 to your 鈥榖ounty kills鈥?highscore, and you will receive a generous boost to your drop: the average size of these drops is boosted by an extra hour of drop potential (just as if you鈥檇 spent an hour in a hot zone), on top of the drop you would receive normally. In addition to this, we鈥檝e made it more likely that you鈥檒l get items from your opponent鈥檚 actual inventory for killing your target 鈥?this also applies to rogue kills and in normal PvP worlds, but at a lower rate.

    To make sure you have a chance of getting to the rewards, there are a couple of extra rules. Firstly, if your bounty target is fighting someone else in a single-way combat area, you will be able to attack your target, and their original foe will be locked out. Secondly, if you are fighting your enemy but do not inflict enough damage to count as the 鈥榟ero鈥?(in the same way as drops are awarded when fighting monsters), your target will remain your target. Basically, your bounty target will remain your bounty target until one of you kills the other, or one of you leaves the Wilderness for more than ten minutes.

    It isn鈥檛 all about the rewards, of course: it鈥檚 also about the thrill of trying to hunt someone down in an environment where the levels are well-matched. That鈥檚 why we brought back the old Wilderness levels, and restricted the action to the old Wilderness area. You can only fight in the Wilderness, and the only other area available is Edgeville, where you can restock and prepare for battle. You have to be in one of those areas before you can log into a Bounty World. So, head to Edgeville, switch to a Bounty World, and see if you can work your way up the Rogue/Bounty Hunter highscore tables.


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    Similar to the changes we made to the way PvP worlds work to prevent people from using fun weapons or low-level spells, we have updated the system to detect other ways of fighting without taking any risks. Now, if you see anyone in single-way combat who is fighting without taking any apparent damage over an extended period of time, you can jump in and teach them how fighting works.

    The lilies of the valley have finished blooming, and have been removed from the game. Any you might have had lying around have been whisked away.

    Leprechauns can now convert clean herbs to banknotes for you. Previously, if you'd accidentally cleaned the herb, the leprechaun wouldn't accept the herb.

    The in-game skill guides now link to an appropriate page in the Game Guide if you wish to find out more information.';- Jagex Staff

    That Pretty Much sums it up. Also when you kill your target, even if they are wearing crappy stuff, you can get lots of money. I killed my target when he had a dds and I got 200k worth drop.In runescape, can somebody explain the new bounty hunting wilderness worlds thing to me?
    basically, if you were around when the wildy was all pvp, it's the same basic idea. you have to be standing in edgeville or at the ditch for you to log into a ';bounty'; world. also, they combined that with bounty hunter. when you're in that world for a half hour, you see an arrow on your mini-map and a name in the top right. that's your target. if you kill that person, you get another and so on...
    Bounty Hunter wilderness is pretty much like old PVP worlds, except you can only be in the wilderness or edgeville. Also, i've heard that Jagex will release Bounty Hunter once again in about a month or so.

    Where can i go Small Game hunting in southern Maryland and how much does the hunting permit cost?

    ive been shooting my ruger 1022 at a range alot, and wanted to know where i can go to just like shoot squirrels and how much a permit to do so would cost? I live in PG but go into Charles county to the rangeWhere can i go Small Game hunting in southern Maryland and how much does the hunting permit cost?鈥?/a>