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User hunting with a quad bike. Photo: Marcus Jardler
User hunting with a quad bike. Photo: Marcus Jardler

Hunting trip. Photo: Marcus Jardler
Hunting trip. Photo: Marcus Jardler

User hunting for moose. Photo: Marcus Jardler
User hunting for moose. Photo: Marcus Jardler

User stand-hunting for moose. Photo: Marcus Jardler
User stand-hunting for moose. Photo: Marcus Jardler

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Hunting

At the initiative of the user, the Swedish Association for Hunting and Wildlife Management organizes hunting trips for people with disabilities

Description
The user is a passionate hunter and uses a quad bike to get out in the woods. In collaboration with the Swedish Association for Hunting and Wildlife Management, he organizes hunting trips for other people with disabilities (special moose hunt). No prior knowledge is necessary to participate in these trips, see jagareforbundet.se/jakten/jakt-for-alla/tillganglighet/ and www.rullarnas.se (last checked June 2017).

Authors comments
People with disabilities may obtain special permission to hunt from vehicles. They may also sit, stand-hunting, in the vicinity of a forest road. The biggest problem is that many shooting ranges are not adapted for people with disabilities.

Idea
Marcus Jardler

Tip is dated from 2014

Categories for this tip
recreation, leisure » outdoor life, Tips and tricks from people with High paraplegia with impaired balance (Th 2-10, ASIA A, B).

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