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Old December 16, 2006, 01:23 PM   #28
bclark1
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You can still see an awful lot being legally blind, it's entirely different than actually "blind." Even without corrective devices, a whole lot of those folks can still certainly be able to make out a deer and point at the boiler room. With corrective devices and some help, there's no reason they shouldn't be able to hunt. Their ethics will probably as good as or better than your average hunter - it's not like they're unaware of their handicap. They're of no greater risk than anyone else in the field in my opinion - there will be someone who doesn't do it right out of every group, but the vast majority take it seriously.
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