I buy it from the store! The thing is that it is a less 'ethical' way of living, but it's a LOT safer than eating caught meats and results in a much healthier lifestyle. I think that in one of your previous threads like this P'gell wrote out a really great response. Off to find it...
EDIT: Found her post on this discussion
that is very similar to this one you started:
"Nope. I have a grocery store near my house. I don't see the point of killing animals, risking parasites and getting all icky. No thanks.
A cousin of my husband's killed his own deer, bear and fish. He got very VERY sick and it was found that he had 40 times the amount of allowed mercury in his system from the fish and the bear, who also eat the fish (he had to have chelation to rid his body of this poison) and he had several different kinds of intestinal parasites from the bear and the deer, which required very dangerous insecticides to be taken internally to rid his body of them. He and his brother nearly died and every member of their family had to go through horrible medical procedures to get well again. At one point, before they were diagnosed, they gave us deer meat and "bear sausage" which went directly into the garbage can. Being in health care, I have a different take on this. I don't think wild meat is healthy. It's not only loaded with much more chemicals (like mercury) than farmed meat, but it has parasites that you don't see in farmed meat anymore. Progress has it's advantages. Safer meat is one of them.
If it works for you, more power to you, but it isn't for me in the least. "