The thrill of the kill. It's the feeling of being in control.

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I do wonder about that.<br />
On rare occasions I've met people who hunt, or used to.<br />
The common element between them, so far, is that all were male, young, strong, loved adventure, and saw it as a way to earn money from eliminating feral pests, or acquiring wild game for the restaurant trade.<br />
Some liked to own pig-dogs and specialised in feral pig hunting. These last seemed to have a veneer of outward aggression. Those that I met were mainly serving in large hardware stores.<br />
I tend to ask people about themselves where ever I go. <br />
I found it odd when I read your question, to realise that a possible answer popped into my head.<br />
I'm a vegetarian. I hate any kind of cruelty. And I think unless someone is a brilliant marksman, there is possibly quite a bit of cruelty in hunting.

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Psychopaths/serial killers always start by killing small game first..

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Deep rooted Survival Instinct ~ we're animals too

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I'm not sure if it's exciting for some. Some people just want to know where their food is coming from. If you're a meat eater it's probably healthier for you to hunt your own meat instead of going to the grocery store and buying that processed crap with hormones and weird stuff injected into it.

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