May 2, 2008, Newsletter Issue #76: Hunting Safety Rules in the Southern USA

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The Southern USA offers many hunting challenges and dangers. Hunting safety rules prepare hunters for attack by a wild boar, bear, or venomous snake. Extreme heat, thirst, and bacterial infection from swamp water can kill within a day. Hunting Safety Rules help hunters survive. No hunter should go into the bush without an adequate supply of water, a first aid kit, a snake bite kit, animal repellent, and extra ammunition. Hunters should also carry a good hunting knife, like a Bowie, or a 10 Custom hunting knife. A Revolver is a good self defense weapon. Wear the knife, animal repellent, and revolver is a holster to prevent damage or loss in an attack.

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