Join Date: Oct 2005
Location: Villa Ridge, Missouri
I worked in a butcher shop in my younger days and still apply those skills during game season (s).
We used to provide a couple of the local Churches with wild game - all neatly cut, wrapped, frozen and labeled. We even provided them with freezers to store the meat.
This continued for many years and then one day, they said that they could no longer accept any meat that didn't come from a regular butcher shop.
So now, we shoot many more paper targets than wild game, as the trash can isn't picky as to the paper that it accepts. A half day of "target shooting" is still as satisfying as it ever was.
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