seems like everywhere i read about eating deer lately there seems to be concern over lead poisoned deer meat. supposedly, the meat most of us have been eating our whole lives with no repurcussions is suddenly hazardous to our health. i was reading about a guy from the peregrine fund starting the study, and the alarming reslults of his study. his group had a lot to do with getting lead bullets banned out in california, according to what i have read. i think it's a load of crap. anyone i know that hunts has the common sense to trim shot damaged meat on big game, even if it means sacrificing a whole shoulder. the reason i trim damaged meat so heavily is not for concern of lead, but because the damaged meat that's full of blood will go bad a lot faster than the rest of the deer. i think this is a covert attack on hunting by people with an ulterior motive, funded by people who don't know any better. or i could just be thinking too much... what do yall think?