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The Accidental Hunter

Walt Harrington, a former Washington Post writer and self-confessed city slicker, discovered the joys of hunting late in life. As Harrington tells NPR's Eric Weiner for All Things Considered, he came to embrace a sport he once viewed as "archaic" beginning one Thanksgiving when his father-in-law gave him a 12-gauge Browning shotgun.

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