True enough, your advice is taken. I've done a little hunting, if you consider freezing my cahonies off sitting in a tree while nothing moves for hours hunting.
But if I have to spend a lot of money on this right now it won't happen. And if i don't kick it in and do it really soon while they have the desire, my sons probably won't care about it in a few years.
Cheap (or a good value
)doesn't mean stupid, at least I hope not because I do a lot of stuff cheap
. I have a 12 ga at my disposal, but I'd like a longer season.
And I am a cautious person, and we'll all be going to hunter safety class as soon as possible.
I know plenty of hunters that can and will help, I just need to pick a direction and dedicate myself, once I do that then I'll spend the time learning and more money as it pans out (or doesn't).
Beekeeping can be pretty deadly too, but I manage to do that on the cheap
. It's usually the stupidity that kills.
So....is it worth trying to do all my hunting with a crossbow (at least for now), and is there any advice concerning them?