I don't think this is hunting.;g eagles405 "Web site allows hunters to kill real prey online 05:52 PM CST on Wednesday, November 17, 2004 By Jason Whitely / 11 News, Houston TX Hunters may soon be able to forego the camouflage, deer blinds and unpredictable weather for the creature comforts of home as they shoot their favorite wildlife. They could aim and fire from their desktop and the prey is live animals. Some hunters are apalled by the idea. "I was probably seven years old when I shot my first deer," said Joe Morales. Morales has been around hunters ever since he can remember. So when a Texan created a Web site where you can hunt with a remote control rifle on the Internet, Morales was naturally skeptical. "I thought it was pretty distasteful," Morales said. "To me, it's what I call a canned hunt -- when someone brings in animals and pins them up just for profit and kills them. As for hunting, that's not hunting." The Web site, from a ranch outside San Antonio, is believed to be the first of its kind. For $15, you'll soon be able to rent time on the rifle and shoot an animal with the click of your mouse if it walks through your computer screen. The Web site, live-shot.com, says it's aimed at disabled and handicapped hunters. Right now, it's perfectly legal to hunt using your computer as long as you have a state license. But Texas Parks and Wildlife tells us it's trying to ban it because the state says among other things it's unsafe. "Where that round eventually ends up, although the site says it has someone right there on location, what's beyond that picture that you see is uncontrollable," explained Maj. Ted Tolle with Texas Parks & Wildlife. The Web site says safety is paramount. And attendants are there to retrieve your kill and send it to you. Like it or not, the owner says he's already overwhelmed with interest -- weeks before the first on-line hunter ever fires a shot." Add from the websit "live-shot.com "Look for trophy animals to have the beautiful black and white coloration with horn lengths from 16 to 20 inches," the Web site promises."