Seems like the thread started out with a bunch of factory-farm-animal-torturing sitting-on-their-couch eating toxic ass preservative laden veal sandwich eating hypocrites.
Hunting takes skill. It takes a lot of time, patience and endurance to track deer down in the wild without spooking them.
This is in addition to the marksmanship that it takes to shoot accurately at that distance ... people seem to think a scope is some magic toy that makes you an instant top sniper that can shoot a bullseye at 5 miles. It takes a lot of tuning and factoring to scope right, it's not like your dumb ass XBox games where you just see a crosshair and fire and wow instant kill.
If you're a vegetarian/vegan, I can understand your perspective and outrage a bit more, but that's still your own choice. Most probably you're one of the first people to rant on the internet about the "Christian right" imposing their morality on you etc., but then on issues like these you try to impose your morality on others.
At least Brock feeds himself and his family with the kill, and his method is quick and torture free unlike 99% of the meat eaten in America nowadays. Most of our chickens are pumped so full of antibiotics and meat enhancers that they can't even move.
Small scale hunting is something that is a natural part of herbivores lives anyway, it's been that way throughout time with predators-prey, they still live full natural lives in the wild unlike factory farms.
And with hardly any surviving natural predators in the North America, if it wasn't for hunters deer overpopulation would turn the continent into a desert in less than a decade. Believe it or not, under the current situation, Brock is helping the ecosystem. Him and other hunting enthusiasts are also big nature lovers and campaigners/fund sources for wild land habitat preservation.