My friend is a pretty much veggie redneck, keeps sending me loads of peculiar, stupid and sometimes funny photos of 'his' culture and yes, he has several fairly impressive guns which he uses on a range.
He is happy to be bundled in the redneck ranks and thinks anything stupid that people get up to can be considered 'redneck'.
If you are any culture and tell jokes about it, you can't blame others for telling those same jokes.
and this is what a red neck/cattle rancher gone vegan looks like:
I have a confession to make: I was a hunter as a child. Every weekend, I would practice firing rifles, pistols and shot guns with my close friend. He was a sharp shooter in Vietnam. I learned quickly and became very accurate with a sniper rifle. I went hunting twice, the second time I shot a deer, right through the heart. It was a turning point for me. I felt terrible and replayed the situation in my mind many times.
Humans are highly adaptable. I live in a northern climate and often think about the natives who did not have the luxury of fresh raw produce available year round. To survive the frozen winters six month long, indigenous people must have adapted to eating meat. It is by no means ideal, but is more a necessity. The aggression that is the result of eating meat, helps the hunter become more ruthless. The mind becomes trained to view animals as nothing more than food. The physiology of the body also changes as the body actually craves the meat to perpetuate the slaughter. When vegetation becomes more abundant in the spring the dependency still exists and carnivorous habit continues. The in-habitation of cold weather climates seems to be a major glitch in history that caused humans to deviate from the natural 80 10 10 ideology.