Since the state has seen it fit to lower the legal hunting age, I am just wondering, what is too young? I thought I saw somewhere on here where a two year old shot their first deer. I must admit I didn't read the story but thought to myself, why? I pondered the issue and thought to myself, how does a two year old hold a weapon or take hunter safety or are they exempt because they can't comprehend the literature? Can they comprehend what they are about to do? Taking a life has always been somewhat of a ritual to me. Then I started thinking about all the Dad's out there who will just be shooting the deer and putting the kids tag on it, just so he can put another head on the wall or more venison in the freezer. Is it just another way to skirt the law. I do believe that 14 was a little old to start hunting but 2? I would think 10 would be a pretty good age to start a young hunter. They are capable of knowing the rules, taking the required tests, holding their own weapon and realizing they are about to end one of God's creature's life! I do think the law should be that up to sixteen one must hunt with a licensed adult. Any, other thoughts or feeling out there?