Originally Posted by Phila26Flyers
While I've been around firearms and rifles my whole life, I've never been hunting. I imagine the golden rule is to be 110% sure what you're shooting at. It's better to hesitate and let the deer get away than take a chance and shoot another person.
I want to hear more details about this. From what I understand, Jonathan shot ACROSS a roadway? I would think that's highly illegal unless I'm misunderstanding something (or that's the very reason he's being charged).
being a native american myself, we can hunt/fish on our land whenever. they were hunting on first nations land, which jonathan is of, and there's no law regarding hunting. you kill whatever, whenever. So there's no regulations. I do know some reserves have their own regulations though. seems to me just bad luck on the other guys part, which if he was on first nation land, I assume he's native too.
yes, typically most hunters know what they're shooting at. idk the whole situation here so who knows.
I actually ran into Stan about 4 years ago, great guy, and a biiiiiiiiiiig man now.
terrible thing to happen, that doesn't happen to often, as far as I know.