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Transcript for Trigger Finger Review

Amber: If you chose “only when you have identified your target and beyond,” you are correct. You should never have your finger on the trigger, until you are ready to shoot. Some hunters have the wrong idea of what it means to be ready to take a shot. It would be easy for the young hunter to have heard a sound in the distance and accidentally shot, due to excitement.

Thankfully, our hunter in the back of the line realized the young hunter’s mistake and immediately corrected her. If you are out with others and see inappropriate behavior, it is important to correct them, as it could save your life.

Congratulations! You have made it through the Trigger Finger scenario of Hunt Day 3. Let’s move on to the second scenario.

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  • Topic 3 of 4
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