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1. joka232 3 years ago

well that's something new

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2. sideflip7 3 years ago

Oh my gosh <loud breading> Oh my gosh <gun breaking> Oh my gosh

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3. BiCH 3 years ago

just like in cartoons :)

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4. c2quad 3 years ago

How intrestingly he removed his glove but haha

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5. CrackrJak 3 years ago

Probably got a clod of dirt stuck in the end of the barrel, that backfire could've killed him.

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6. datastreamdude 3 years ago

another beautiful animal lives for another day, ;)

another idiot nearly bites the dust, :D

nature = 1

idiot = 0

out in the rain killing animals for fun, has this fool not got an xbox.

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7. zerorain 3 years ago

i think the mythbusters busted this but dam.

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8. c0mmanderKeen 3 years ago

Serves him right :D

Oh my gosh!

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9. imagic 3 years ago

hunters..... damn i hope the gun smashed his face damn hard

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10. Neutral 3 years ago

nice gun, it spread out it's feeler to feel after firing

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11. ughlah 3 years ago

#(removed comment) Since when is american production associated with quality?

Best rifles come from switzerland and germany, but I actually agree with #6

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12. loadrunner 3 years ago

The thumb should not be behind the rifle( it almost went wrong). I think he never not shot a larger kaliber.

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14. LightAng3l 3 years ago

#(removed comment) Things made in America are made by the company that bids the less amount of money. So all your things are made by the lowest bidder and are cheap pieces of crap. My country is not any better at this, but still DON'T BUY AMERICAN.

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15. huldu 3 years ago

Clearly a fake. Beside the impossible the poor acting really made it worse.

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16. nomaddaf 3 years ago

it cracks me up that if an animal kills an animal its nature but if man (an animal as well) kills an animal its evil? you people are intellectually retarded. And don't give me this carp animals only kill for food and to protect. i can shoot that to hell a hundred different ways.

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17. whowhatme 3 years ago

I think it's more of an emotional thing , that any intellectually active being should recognise the abhorrence of the random killing of undefended "anything" for amusement .

But please , list your 100 different ways , you retard .

Oh , and not related .

It's about the uncontacted tribe in Brazil .

Please go to Snotr and look at comment #35

So sad if true .

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18. Taineract 3 years ago

You guys realize hunters don't hunt solely for amusement right? They hunt mainly to stabilize animal populations (e.g. so one species doesn't decimate another), and for sustenance. Its part of the hunter's code. Poachers are another matter entirely.

All this anti-hunter crap is just showing pure ignorance. We're omnivores. Animals kill other animals for a number of different reasons. As if killing animals on a farm is somehow morally superior.

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19. Comment rated too low. Show this comment whowhatme 3 years ago


"We're omnivores."

I think you will find that many people's are not .

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20. Taineract 3 years ago


"I think you will find that many people's are not ."

Anatomically, all humans are omnivores. Fact. That is not a choice. Their dietary choices are something else. People can choose to eat nothing but rocks and water for all anybody cares. Or eat nothing at all and starve to death. Doesn't make them any less of an omnivore.

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21. Comment rated too low. Show this comment Siruss 3 years ago

20 LOL, we are omnivores! BS. Humans are not omnivores, FACT. Anatomically, we do no have the omnivore teeth or even claws to tear through the flesh of an animal. We do not have the intestinal fortitude or correct intestine length to digest a raw rotting animal like a true carnivore, thus this high and mighty omnivore claim is ruled out.

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22. Taineract 3 years ago


You're only making the argument that we're not carnivores. Which is correct. I didn't say humans were carnivores. I said we were omnivores, which is quite literally and overwhelmingly accepted as fact, even by vegetarians. Do some more research, then come back before showing your ignorance.

I could literally post links all day, but I know you're not going to read nor understand them anyways. Eskimo/Inuit tribes are the most glaringly obvious example. If humans were NOT omnivores, they never would have been able to survive.

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23. Comment rated too low. Show this comment drevil 3 years ago

taineract your picture of hunters is way outdated.

professional hunters pay for a territory to hunt and sell the meat,
it's real business and not population control.
they also have to "protect" the farm land or pay high fees to the territory owners if wild animals destroy crops, tree stocks, etc.
ofcourse there are rules/ethics to prevent mass killing.

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24. Highmeadow 3 years ago

I'm not a hunter, but I recognise the need for controlled cull of the various species who's natural predators we've displaced. There are only 2 other options.
1. Reintroduce and protect large predators such as wolves, large cats and coyotes into our rural and urban environment. It's your tough luck if they wander off with your child or girlfriend.
2. Eliminate several billion of us to give the animals their space back. Any of you want to volunteer?

Every hunter that I know actually eat the meat of the deer and moose they bag, for some, it is nearly their only source of meat in their diet.

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25. UckFaOuYa1134 3 years ago

Proved Mythbusters wrong!

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26. fixento2 3 years ago

Lucky hunter, but this is not an unusual occurrence due to the shooter not keeping the barrel clear of obstacles. Actually it shows just how well made rifles are, the barrel split at the muzzle end and not near the bolt where he would most likely sustained injury. Incidentally, some of the most accurate production rifles in the world are made in the USA.

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27. sux2bu 3 years ago

Why are some of you ASSuming this is an American made rifle? There are thousands of bolt action rifles in the US made by Sako , Blaser , CZ , Mauser , FN and others.This guy either was using some improperly charged rounds or most likely had an obstruction in the end of the barrel,in which case any rifle could split its barrel.

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28. Comment rated too low. Show this comment cretia 3 years ago

I hope one day the animals learn to use riffles.