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Not new to firearms, but new to hunting this year. Got my license and DMP. I'm around buffalo. I have a DMP for Wyoming county because it was a "near guarantee" I would get it.


Any deer (or other) hunters interested in teaching a new hunter some of their skills? I'd love to learn everything I can, from the hunt to bloodtrailing to field dressing, to butchering.

It might be a long shot to ask here, but figured it couldn't hurt.
 

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If I was hunting this year I would, but im not so its a rather moot point I guess. Why am I even posting?
 

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Sorry to those who replied in this thread for my absence. I am indeed looking to hunt deer and not birds at this time.

How Much beer depends on how close we are to a firearm. I want to learn to hunt, but I'm not stupid enough to go out with armed stranger And then give him alcohol ;)
 

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Rome, I am from Tonawanda. I don't own any land and only have permission to hunt on one plot of land in Tonawanda, but if the day/time permits and you want to meet up or go out hunting, shoot me a PM. As long as your safe with firearms, I don't mind teaching a fellow hunter. I am still young, but have been around hunters since my younger days and am currently teaching a friend a thing or two about hunting as well. A great start like others have said, take a pellet gun or .22lr out and hunt some squirrels, they are fun to hunt yet give you a challenge depending on the time of year you go.
 
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