A couple of weeks ago I caught the end of a hunting show called something along the lines of "Long Range hunter." I watched the show for about 10 minutes. They host proceeded to shoot an elk at some unbelievable distance. Something like 800 or a thousand yards. At first I was slightly intrigued. But the more I watched the more I was kind of disgusted with the whole thing. The show seemed more like target practice than actual hunting. I understand that it takes a good aim to hit an animal that far away, but with the right gear its possible as the show demonstrated. Is this really hunting, couldn't they do the same thing with targets. As far as I am concerned hunting involves the scouting, and crawling on your stomach for half a mile to get within a manageable distance. Don't get me wrong, to each his own, but it seems to me that this just fuels the fire for anti-hunters. Maybe I am wrong, what do you think?