Even though hunting existed for a very long time, the popularity of this particular sport is still strong. There are so many health benefits that you could get from this type of sport like upper body strength until increasing focus and coordination. But this sport has many regulations that you need to obey such. What is the legal draw weight for bow hunting? This is one of the most common question asked by many hunters. You need to be careful because in every country and even in many states in the US the regulation is different, so make sure you know the rules to avoid any mistake during the hunt.
In hunting, obeying laws alone is not enough. Without ethics, a man or woman who has a hunting license, will be poor to obedience to hunting laws and still be an athlete who does not know the rules. There is nothing illegal about shooting animals (of any kind) in the hunting range in any country, either by walking and shooting at a distance of more than 600 meters away (with a shotgun) or shooting birds flying at an altitude of more than 100 meters, or shooting with arrows on animals that are outside their effective firing range.
But hunters who have ethics know both the limits of the equipment, the ability to shoot, and always try to aim once (Clean-Shot). Ethical hunters will certainly be very careful in firing their shots because if it is not right on a deadly target, it will only hurt the hunted animal. Besides, ethical hunters obey all laws when doing hunting sports. Not all shooting sportsmen have good hunting skills. Therefore, if he does not have good shooting skills, he will work hard to study and practice them diligently. By continuing to learn hunting techniques that are good and right, then he will have respect for their hunt. He will also hunt only in a fair manner, not hurting his hunted targets. Ethical hunters treat the sport of respect with respect both before and after the shot.