So, one thread is being hijacked - here's a thread to air your opinion...
Some traditional archers believe that all someone should hunt with is a piece of selected wood, some sinew and a few dozen cedar shafts. Anything else just isn't right.
Some feel that range finders, releases and sights are not in the interest of fair chase.
Some archers believe that guns are unfair.
Some gun hunters believe that only primitive black powder muskets should be allowed.
Some muzzle loaders feel that guns that have a shotgun primer are not muzzle loaders.
Some rifle hunters feel that if you use more than a 22 caliber gun you are using too much.
Some feel that game should be taken with a pistol.
No matter your belief on how man came to be on this planet; we can all agree that we started with a brain, no tools and a desire to create stuff. So, spears, bows, arrows, knifes, axes, crossbows, muskets, rifles, etc...
What is 'technology?' - At what point has our tool exceeded a fair hunt?
In my opinion - this is exactly the reason hunters loose and will continue to loose their rights to hunt.
We can't even agree on what constitutes 'hunting.'