It's blatantly obvious by Robert only having one reply, which was from me, there are very few dis-abled sportsmen who know of this forum. I know it's not because of a total lack of disadvantaged hunters, as I'm one of them. Just as important as aiding some-one with different abilities, is to speak to them, let them know about the forum. This is especially true in the case of some-one like myself who was in an accident, that changed what I could and couldn't do. Perhaps I don't do things the same way, and some things I no longer can do, but this doesn't mean my interest went away as well. Not unlike the last few days of my late fathers life, He knew he would never see the fields again, but he still wanted to know how tall the barley was. If you have a friend who used to hunt, fish, etc. then don't avoid the subject assuming it may upset them that they no longer can. The opposite may be true, and all they may be waiting for, is an invite, and a little help. Thanks for reading this, just something to think about.