Jurassic World star, Chris Pratt, apparently enjoys hunting farm varmints in Wyoming. Is this how he gets his target practice for dinosaurs?

In 2014, Chris Pratt was named the GQ 'Man of the Year'. In the GQ article, appropriately named "Everything Chris Pratt Does Is Awesome", Pratt revealed that he enjoys hunting farm varmints in Wyoming.

I do a lot of predator hunting, farm varmints, out in Wyoming. Oh, my God. Get a farmer that's just got too many and he's like, 'F***in' kill as many as you want.' I used to go on VarmintFinders.com"—NOTE: Link was sadly expired when I tried it—"and the farmers would sign up, and the hunters would sign up, and the farmers will give you exclusive access to their land. So we'd go out there, and the marshal would come out and go, 'Hey, what are you guys doing out here?' And I'd be like, 'Hey, f***in' Jethro Willoughby or whoever said we could.' 

Apparently Pratt's wife is not a fan of his hunting hobby.

"She"—in case this is news to you, she is Anna Faris, the mega-talented comic actress—"doesn't like me coyote hunting. She's like, 'You're not gonna eat it.' I'm like, 'Yeah, I guess you're right. I just like to kill 'em.' Coyotes are a**holes, and they'll eat your dog."

I'm sure dinosaurs are much more difficult to hunt than a coyote, but I guess you have to get your practice in when and where you can.

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