If you’ve been following along, you know that backlash from horrified hunters has caused the World Hunting Association to change the rules in its inaugural contest, in which participants will now kill rather than dart animals for cash and prizes. Association commissioner David Farbman seems to believe that this will quiet the uproar. But in the Charleston Gazette article below, outdoor columnist John McCoy explains why Farbman may want to rethink the format yet again. (Or maybe just scrap the idea altogether.)