As long as I have hunted, I have worn shorts… Until a trip a few years back in the Urewas when i ended up waist deep in stinging nettle.
Recently I decided to try out the SNDWAY range finder, available from OutdoorBargainsNZ.com, and see how this $199 (um, yeah, two hundred bucks!) unit stood up against my Leupold.
This is the Hungerbuster from Portion Pack Foods. This is a strongly military influenced pack – probably because these are the guys who supply both the Australian and New Zealand Army with their ration packs.
Maybe it’s the addition of children to the house or maybe the fact my day job is essentially a compliance officer. But these days I often see cases where there is a danger of us deciding as individuals and then as a society that good enough is, well, good enough.
I get asked a lot about getting into shooting – either from a hunting perspective or target shooting (both rifle and pistol) – so I thought I would write a little about the process.
I’ve been wanting a decent pair of boots for a while now to replace my ill-fitting Hi-Tec Altitude boots, and after doing a LOT of research, I finally decided on a pair of Hanwag Tatra Goretex boots.
I would pick, that if you live in NZ, you already know about the Tikka T3X. I would say it is a safe bet that its predecessor, the T3 it is one of, if not the, most popular hunting rifles in New Zealand. So, when something as popular as the T3 Lite gets an update,…
Like Stubbies, Swandries and Mercator knives, Skellerup Ashley Boots are somewhat of an institution in New Zealand’s hunting community.
Buck Fever is controllable – it’s simply your brain forgetting what to do in the excitement and going on autopilot.
More than likely, you will actually end up carrying several communications devices, but here is my personal opinion.