From ParentDish:

_The state of Georgia doesn’t require hunters under the age of 16 to be licensed, but it does require unlicensed minors to hunt with an adult. However, kids between the ages of 12 and 15 can legally hunt without supervision if they complete a hunter education course. And hey, if you’re short on time, you can take the class online.

Huh? What? Let me get this straight — you’re going to give a 13-year-old a shotgun and let them go into the woods ALL BY THEMSELVES? After they take a class on the Internet?_

Okay, the source here has obviously made up her mind. But the question is a fair one: Should tweens be allowed to hunt unsupervised?