For people who enjoy hunting as a sport, the question most likely arise is Bow vs. Gun Hunting: Which Is Better? Both have advantages and disadvantages both in technicality, but in the end, it is a matter of personal preferences. Although, many people prefer to use hunting bow because it needs a highly skilled archer with a lot of practice and training to be able to hunt using a bow and arrow. Hunting animals is legal, but this can only be done in some area, so make sure to look for the regulation in each area. Hunting is also done to reduce the population of certain types of animals. For hunting tourism activities, it is necessary to pay attention to several things, among others, there are a shooting competency test and shooting training given by professional trainers taught by shooting techniques. During hunting, always be accompanied by a professional hunter who gives instructions which animals can be shot and when the right time to open fire.
Assistance by professional hunters is also required and is needed to ensure our shots are on target and deadly, but if the shots are incorrect or miss, the professional hunter will fire to the point of death. This is done to avoid the animal is only injured and run into the forest that is hard to find and will die within a few days later. Prohibited from hunting or shooting animals of female sex especially those who are pregnant. For some types of animals are only allowed to shoot dead alpha male who is still in power, but are no longer productive as males (already old) to prevent males who are still productive. According to professional hunters are not allowed to hunt at night for safety reasons and to avoid wild animal attacks and hunting ethics, where hunters and hunted animals are equally aware. So, whatever equipment you choose in hunting, the most important is safety.