I know this forum is more for practical information, but it seemed to be the most on topic. I like the "How Stuff Works" website for its educational and how to articles. Then I ran across this piece of work. "Is Knife Hunting the Fairest Way to Hunt?" by Josh Clark This nutjob thinks that, because there were 4 people mistakenly killed by hunters in 2007, hunters should stop using tree stands, camouflage, scopes, and-are you ready for this?-guns. He then misinterprets the principle of fair chase to mean hunters should eschew all advantages and go perhaps literally mano-a-mano with wild creatures. I thought fair chase meant hunters shouldn't use overly unfair advantages, such as explosives or some kinds of traps. Mr. Clark fails to note that the methods he espouses would actually be very painful and cruel to animals taken in these manners. More importantly, taking animals in these ways would lead to a lot more than four deaths a year. There is a small link just under the title to send feedback. I had to write twice. Here's my second missive: Here is the link so you can let them know what you think. Make sure to copy your post before you submit as it sometimes doesn't work the first time: http://adventure.howstuffworks.com/fair-hunting.htm And here's a couple of excerpts from the article: There is the occasional good point, but it can't compensate for the sheer lunacy and contradictions in this article. Let them know what you think.