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Supporters of gun ownership rights have also signaled their concern with the practice. Kelly Hobbs, a spokeswoman for the National Rifle Association, said the group is still reviewing the specific language in the bill, but doesn't agree with the practice of being able to hunt over the Internet.
"The NRA believes the element of a fair chase is a vital part of the American hunting heritage," she said. "Shooting an animal from three states away would not be considered a fair chase."
Originally posted by GradyPhilpott
The NRA supports and encourages the disabled to participate in the shooting sports. In fact, there are no special categories for disabled shooter in NRA sponsored events. Everyone competes together.
I have no problem with the use of technology to facilitate participation in the shooting sports, but this is not the way to kill animals.
Originally posted by WeBDeviL
As knowing of and participating in hunting myself, I can honestly say this is the worst thing I have ever heard.
Like it was stated, where is the challenge? The honor? The sport?
Nowhere in sight.