Our Own Worst Enemies

Zumbo, Jim
August 2000
Outdoor Life;Aug2000, Vol. 205 Issue 6, p40
Discusses the technological innovations in hunting. Description of the author's bow during the 1960s; Why anti-hunters ridicule the use of riflescopes; Electronic gadgets introduced by manufacturers to hunters; Issues regarding the banning of in-line muzzleloaders in Colorado.


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