Tracked Hunting Wheelchair

When Tim Swenson's sixteen-year old son was paralyzed in a car accident, he lost the ability to move through the woods and fully enjoy his outdoor lifestyle. So Swenson developed a heavy duty tracked wheelchair that can go over almost any terrain. Some models sold by his company come with accessories for hunters, such as built-in rifle rests.

Link -via Geekologie | Photo: Action Trackchair

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Call me sensitive but I hate it when websites post photos of dead animals like this. Maybe I'd be interested in the overall message of the article if not for the awful picture. I understand that hunting has its place I just don't want to see it first hand. I just don't enjoy the casualness of tossing a picture like this as if nobody would rather avoid seeing it.
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The caption should read something like this: "Even though I suffered a devastating and debilitating injury that normally would have raised my awareness of the preciousness of life, health, and being humane, I said f... it to all that and got me a mini-track so I can take my sorry ass out to the woods and shoot a bunch of rabbits, squirrels and deer. And with this scoped sniper rifle, I never miss. It's great!"
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I prefer to get my meat at the supermarket where they grow it from seed in nice styrofoam containers. But if that guy insists on getting his meat from animals, who am I to question is antiquated ways?
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