Argument: Sport of hunting should, indeed, always be challenging

Issue Report: Hunting for sport


James Fenimore Cooper, The Pioneers – “The flesh is sweeter, where the creature has some chance for its life; for that reason, I always use a single ball, even if it be at a bird or a squirrel; besides, it saves lead, for, when a body knows how to shoot, one piece of lead is enough for all, except hard-lived animals.”[1] Indeed, hunting should be a challenge, and not an easy affair. As long as this is the case, hunting can be justified.