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Faux fur not really faux!

Discussion in 'Consumer Affairs' started by Booko, Feb 8, 2007.

  1. kreeden

    kreeden Virus of the Mind

    Oct 17, 2004
    Sorry YmirGF , I didn't mean to imply that I agree with the clubing of baby seals niether . :) Mind you , if a person is skilled with a club , it can be a very quick kill . However , if not ... Now I have never been out on the ice , but I assume that many are not that skilled . A .22 would work better in my opinion , as it doesn't take as much skill , and the damage to the hide would be minimal .

    The reason I returned to this thread is actually to correct another untake I made in my earlier post . :) Canadian law does not allow 72 hours to tend a kill set . It allows 5 days between tending a snare . Which is just stupid . In 5 days , Raven , Foxes , even Squiirels { once the meat is frozen } ... something will have found it and picked / chewed holes in the hide . So it is a stupid rule , even from a trappers point of view . Anyway , sorry about the mistake .
  2. Ðanisty

    Ðanisty Well-Known Member

    Dec 24, 2005
    Hey, this is off-topic and I just noticed this, but why do you put spaces before your punctuation?
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