Shooting at night has additional requirements to ensure the safety of the shooter and anyone and anything in the area.

Rule #1: Be sure to clearly identify what you’re shooting.

Before taking a shot, make sure to check the body of the animal first. If you see a pair of eyes, don’t shoot until you’ve determined what it is.

Rule #2: Establish clear lines of fire.

Be sure to determine boundaries and do not cross them. You can check out the area in broad . . .

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