It is not my video, but the brazilian boy that make this video use the pics that are in the gallery of the web of the Association of crossbow's hunters from Peru.(that i am president)Guide Girl said:First, let me say thank you for sharing this video on this site. I've seen it before, and if course, I love it. Is this your video? If so, I would like to learn more details about your bows.
Hello , Guide Girl, in the first place excuse my bad English but I will try to respond you the best possible. I suppose that the invitation that you received was from asocipe or Sci Peru, both organizations were offering some hunting for raise funds in order to being able to finance the project of the new hunting law in Peru. At these moments these organizations (I am member of both) we are working on changing the hunting law so on one hand we can give facilities for the foreigner hunters and on the other hand have a right law about the use of the resources here in Peru. In Peru at present you can crossbow hunt, sadly the hunting law refers only to the hunt with firearm but you can crossbow hunting but based on an empty legal base. In the newGuide Girl said:abrazas9083,
Last year, I was invited to hunt deer in Peru. It was a special hunt to raise money for the government to raise funds to hire a legal team to implement new hunting rules, from what I understood.
So, what kind of structure in the laws now pertain to non Peruvians to hunt deer in Peru? Can anyone hunt with a crossbow in Peru? What kind of seasons do they have that I could hunt with a crossbow?
Also, the site is beautiful. I've also visited there before. I do not post, as my Spanish writing is terrible. I enjoy reading posts though. Some words are different in Peru than South Texas. I could get myself laughed at or misunderstood.
lots of cool pics here on different pages of thread click for english on american flag, at home page.
crossbows are so very popular with some armys.................example.........
ALL these photos are real, they are not doctored up. For example the firts foto is a peruvian military paradeUrban Legend said:He means he thinks that they were photo shopped, or not real. That the crossbows were added maybe? I think that is what he is saying.