No. I couldn't kill an animal, I'm just being honest. (I did have to drown a bird once who broke her neck flying into the glass back of our house. It was horrible and traumatized me.) I KNOW animals are killed to feed my omnivorous diet, but doing it myself it just not something I could do. We pay other people to do a LOT of things we can't or won't do ourselves. My septic tank for instance, it needs to be done, but I sure as hell am not going to do it. So, I hire somebody. Same for my meat.
I also, as a nurse, worry terribly about parasites in game and mercury poisoning in wild caught fish. My husband's cousins live in a very rural area and would eat wild caught fish several times a week and they and their families got mercury poisoning and had to have chelation to remove the metals. They were getting brain damage, nerve damage and their hair is now permanently grey and some of the damage done to their nervous and brain systems will never heal. (Not to mention chelation is VERY painful and can't repair ALL the damage done by heavy metal poisoning.)
I try to be healthy and parasites and heavy metal poisoning are a few of the things that a First World Diet goes a long way to prevent.
Mileage and all that stuff.