Discussion Topic: Ignoring the Lead Ban

We didn't need a survey to know how the majority of affected hunters feel about California's lead ban. But we got one anyway, and it reveals--surprise--that one in seven hunter don't like it. Roughly 60 percent called copper bullets expensive, ineffective, inaccurate, or inhumane.

What's a little more surprising, or at least interesting, is that a whopping 30 percent simply ignored the law.

From The Monterey Herald:
[These hunters] said they hunted in the condor range with lead bullets. One. . . wrote, "They (copper bullets) don't work. Tired of chasing wounded animals." Another stated, "bring down the cost and increase effectiveness, and I will comply.

So what would you do? Comply, not comply, or as one hunter did, simply not hunt?