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Old December 19, 2012, 02:47 PM   #25
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Join Date: August 17, 2008
Location: Montana
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Not a good way to go about it. A DNR officer won't let you off the hook just because you have not taken the time to inform yourself.
Just be careful Xfire68. Loyalty to the system is a fragile pedestal.
I've hunted with several Johny do-goods who thought they had all their I's dotted and T's crossed who later found a different attitude.

One guy I hunted with had a Fish & Game halo... he would turn people in any chance he got. He stopped at game check one time and his whole family went through hell, lost his Elk, and his radio no longer plays the same song.

I'm not saying "break the law", by no means. I'm just saying be aware if you think a system without Ignorance will show you any grace.
Gun permit?? A bread crumb tossed to a sleeping society awoken by the sound of complacency. "They are for your own good", and "you will understand when you see all the lives they save". Yes master, what else will you toss me from your bag of infringements?? Do you want me to roll over and play dead? I do that very well. --skidder
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