Shotguns put up in Georgia backwoods so poachers can poach on-line

A high tech, on-line, real life, killing platform creeps out Georgians-

A weird and disgusting array of cameras and shotguns linked to the Internet was discovered in Georgia. Before the government got around to checking it, the apparatus had been taken down — disappeared — but a photo of it remains.

Only in Georgia: Internet-controlled shotguns linked to web cams on food plot. The Outsider blog in the Augusta Chronicle. By Rob Pavey.

6 Responses to “Shotguns put up in Georgia backwoods so poachers can poach on-line”

  1. Craig Says:

    TexASS has had that for years on there game farms! Saying it was for handicapped hunters!

  2. ProWolf in WY Says:

    I remember when those were on the internet and how happy I was it was made illegal. I remember the reasoning was for disabled hunters.

  3. Christopher Harbin Says:

    When you look up “slob hunter” in the dictionary, there will be a picture of this set up.

  4. Cody Coyote Says:

    The feral cyber-hog is now loose here in the Cyber-West for all to see. Now some of our finer technically oriented Western Rubythroated Wahoos , having seen this rudimentary but ruthlessly efficient setup , will want one of these rigs. Boot up, log on , lock and load. If they can do this in Georgia, we can do it better. It’s too good for just feral hogs in the South.

    Can web-accessed barstool wolf hunts be coming to Wyoming, Montana , and Idaho soon ? This could be Playstation , Wii , or Nintendo for the wolfbashers. SSS is so 20th century…this is a video game for real western rugged individualists, with real results…

    I fear the genie is out of the bottle.


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