30.03.14
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Because some people don’t realize hunters were the original conservationists and still continue to be largest contributors to conservation.

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    See, this is reality. Hunters ate the largest force for conservation in the world.
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    I grew up in a hunting and fishing farm family. I don’t have an issue with hunters. I have an issue with hunters who...
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