There's a hunting tag with 118 questions, two of which I have asked. Hunting is not explicitly listed as off-topic. A Meta answer from 2012, which has 20 upvotes, says hunting is on-topic. However, that was ten years ago. Hunting is not (currently) listed in the help center's list of on-topic topics (I don't know if it ever was) That list is clearly marked as non-exhaustive, but hunting seems like a major omission considering the wide range of topics that are included; this makes me wonder if the omission is intentional. In a comment on a question about a problem with an AR-15 that was tagged hunting, @Willeke, a moderator, said "[H]unting and weapons are less on topic now than they once were." This question, however, wasn't really about hunting; it was a question about firearms, and only related to hunting because the OP intended to hunt with the gun. If the OP had bought the gun for any other reason, it wouldn't have affected the question or the potential answers.
Are questions specifically about hunting (not general firearms questions) still on-topic here?
If not, is there another Stack Exchange site where they are? Cooking game meat is probably on-topic on Seasoned Advice, and questions about regulations would be okay on Law, but I can't think of any sites where other hunting questions are on-topic.
If hunting is not on-topic either here or anywhere else on SE, is there a procedure for suggesting a change to a site's scope? It's a narrow enough topic that a whole site for it is probably overkill, but since we have a general "outdoors" site, excluding hunting seems odd, unless, of course, either the SE community or company do not want hunting covered on SE sites for ethical reasons. If hunting is off-topic because of ethical concerns, then we should probably explicitly say so in the Help Center.