My name is Greg Gordon and I run a company called “NLE Media Productions“. Donny Adair and I share a common working history in that many years ago we were clerks at a well known local sporting goods store. Donny worked at the North Portland store & I worked in the Rockwood store. I am sure if you asked him, Donny would be able to regale you with all sorts of stories about his sporting goods experience.
One of my memories from back then was a story about two hunters in southern Oregon who had been cited for shooting a pair of cows (as in Guernsey) they thought looked like elk. They were stopped by state troopers on their way up I5. The troopers noting the freshly killed & gutted carcasses atop these guy’s vehicle pulled them over.
You know, I spend a lot of time trying to be non-judgemental, but really, (please Lord, help me bite my tongue) these have got to be among the dumbest two people on earth! (Forgive me, Lord.) Well, since this page is about “OPTICS” maybe we can attribute the error to one of “Optical Disparity”.
Maybe if these guys had been using a good pair of binoculars, shooting glasses and rifle scopes, they would have been able to discern a Guernsey from an elk. …Maybe.
Here's some links to shooting glasses:
And, finally, for those who need the help: eNature.com to help you identify animals. . .
The mission of the African American Hunting Association, LLC (AAHA) is to increase the number of African Americans and urban residents living in the United States involved in hunting, game management, shooting sports and conservation.
The AAHA supports the rights of all Americans to hunt for food and for sport. The AAHA believes that hunting is a legitimate endeavor. The AAHA supports the rights of individuals to own and use firearms and other weapons in accordance with the Constitution of the United States and all applicable federal, state and local laws. The AAHA invites everyone who support the mission, goals and objectives of our organization to participate with us regardless of their individual race, ethnicity, national origin, gender or sexual orientation. All are welcome to join AAHA.
The AAHA will work to promote better understanding and acceptance of the sport of hunting at the local, regional and national level. The AAHA will increase involvement of African American individuals and families in hunting and associated outdoor sports such as camping, hiking, fishing, biking, photography, etc. The AAHA will increase the opportunity for African American hunters to obtain state of the art or the best hunting equipment each hunter can afford. The AAHA will provide increased opportunities for African Americans to hunt locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.