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Snaring is More Productive Than Hunting


I enjoy hunting. These days it’s mainly a productive form of bonding and recreation with family and friends, since most of our meat is raised, slaughtered, butchered, and packaged neatly for our selection at the local butcher, or grocery store. But if we someday find ourselves in a TEOTWAWKI situation where the supply chain is broken (or annihilated) obtaining meat will take on new importance. Hunting won’t be about recreation or bonding anymore. It will be about the survival of me and mine and I don’t want to rely only on my hunting skills to feed my family. Hunting takes time. And energy. And personal attention. It takes stealth, and patience, and skill with gun or bow or slingshot. Hunting takes presence. And most people can only hunt one animal at a time.
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