Posted May 22, 2016 6:30 am by Comments

By Jason Reid

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News

By Jason Reid

AmmoLand Shooting Sports News

The question of “Why Hunting” radiates on from the digital world daily. We give our time tested truths about food, conservation and love for adventure, yet are continually attacked for being closed minded monsters. When posed with the same question of why hunting and shooting in regard to their children, there was a common thread among the answers these mothers gave- Personal Responsibility.

Personal Responsibility seems to be a rarity these days. I’ve seen more than one business executive roll their eyes when thinking about the general personal responsibility of many people in society. Christie, also rolled her eyes and chuckled, “Hunting teaches not just outdoor awareness and stewardship, but responsibility, values of patience, resourcefulness and gratefulness in a world of button pushing gratification.” Peg echoed Christie by saying, “Hunting and shooting feeds into their accomplishment as a person. Learning to pay attention to detail when shooting is so critical, it develops in their character and behavior. This is something they cannot always learn elsewhere.”

Building character through providing food for the family.
Building character through providing food for the family.

Peg’s family recently picked up hunting out of necessity for extra meat …Read the Rest

Source:: AmmoLand

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