Loggy, I totally agree!
I'm comfortable with my stand against adding Sunday to the hunting mix for my own personal reasons, and, unlike those in the pro-Sunday hunting group, I've made no attempt to garner additional folks to the non-Sunday-hunting-support group.
My reasons are mine alone, and I don't drive a band wagon! And, I do not feel my opposition makes me an "anti-hunter" as some here proclaim! My brother, my Dad, my Uncles, my Grand-pa hunted throughout their lifetimes, but never on Sunday. They worked, raised families, and hunted, but never on Sunday.
The acorn doesn't fall far from the tree. I'll not hunt on Sunday, and it doesn't have anything whatsoever to do with deer, though some here find that an unacceptable response.
The sunset issue before us is certainly one everyone who now owns a sunset weapon must become involved in proclaiming the need to make this weapon a permanent part of our Pennsylvania deer hunters longest season.
The standing room only crowd surrounding these weapons in question at Cabela's on this past Sunday, would indicate a growing interest in using this ancient weapon from September to February. I saw one, wheeled, vertical apparatus being studied with bewilderment, the emotion exhibited by the lone individual.
Sunday hunting remains a very remote possibility in Pennsylvania. Sunset for horizontal archers will arrive with bells and whistles, acclaiming an enjoyable future of autumnal hunting opportunities!