Hunting means pursuing, capturing, catching, killing, gigging, trapping, shooting or attempting to pursue, capture, catch, kill, gig, trap or shoot, or in any manner take any bird or mammal into personal possession.

See also:
"Hunting" is in the NAICS Code "114"
  (Fishing, Hunting and TrappingFishing, Hunting and Trapping)


"Hunting" is in the UNSPSC Code "49131600"
  Hunting products

"Hunting" is in the NACE Code "D"
  Manufacturing
  · Logging, classified in section A (Agriculture, Hunting and Forestry)

Ref: 124292/2006-10-02


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Agriculture, hunting and related service activities
Agriculture, hunting and related service activities
Agriculture, hunting and related service activities


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