Report: Wis. deer hunters shot dramatically fewer buildings MADISON, Wis. (AP) A state report says deer hunters shot dramatically fewer buildings during Wisconsins November gun hunt. A Department of Natural Resources report says hunters shot 10 buildings. Thats down from 25 in 2008, 19 in 2007 and 15 in 2006. The report describes the buildings as homes and barns. It says more rural residential development has put more buildings on the landscape. Authorities determined the identity of the shooter in five of the incidents. Four of the shootings involved a rifle and another four a shotgun. The weapon in the remaining two incidents was unknown.