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Some hunters may become overly anxious or excited on a hunt, which can lead to careless behavior.

  • They may fire at sounds, colors, movements, or unidentified shapes, or simply shoot too quickly.
  • In the excitement after hitting their target, they may swing a loaded firearm toward their companions or run with the safety off toward a downed animal.
  • Slow, careful shooting is not only safer, but it also produces a higher degree of success.
Never run while carrying a firearm.
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