Posted May 15, 2016 10:05 pm by Comments

By Jason Reid

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News

By Jason Reid

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News

As we continue into the heart of the conversation started last week, this week we meet the parents. Erica, Kristen, Tiffany, Christie, Peg and Lindsay come from different backgrounds with children of all ages and discuss their thoughts on introducing kids to hunting.

The introduction to hunting can be a fragile act, like balancing glass plates on the either end of an arrow. Mothers understand mentoring hunters must be of quality character. Erica, the mother of three young adult men added, “Respect for life must be taught by the mentoring hunter. Personally, I needed to have a high level of trust in the people who took my kids hunting to impart respect and ethics since kids are so impressionable. You don’t want to leave a bad taste in the mouth of a child.” To back up this claim, a friend of mine and business executive says he won’t hunt after watching someone uncleanly dispatch a wounded doe at the age of 13. He does not hate hunting, but told me the experience stuck with him and he never had the desire to hunt.

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