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Video: Disabled Hunters Gather in South Carolina for Adaptive Hunting Event

More than 90 hunters and 30 volunteers participated in the South Carolina DNR’s hunt geared toward those with disabilities.

Not letting their disabilities keep them down, almost 100 hunters met up to share stories and participate in the hunting activities they love, according to a report from WYFF 4 in South Carolina. Military veterans, car crash victims and disabled hunters from several states were involved in the hunt, which used ground blinds rather than typical stands.

Gotta love how well members of the hunting community back each other up. No matter what we always find a way to stick together. It’s also worth noting South Carolina DNR went all the way with this event. It looked like they provided food, music and plenty of hunting activities for everyone to enjoy.

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Video: Disabled Hunters Gather in South Carolina for Adaptive Hunting Event