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THE HOLY GRAYL HAS BEEN FOUND!

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The Grayl Ultralight (UL) one press water purification and filtration system has been growing in popularity over the last few years due to its effectiveness and ease of use when safeguarding against microscopic impurities which fester in natural water sources. For a top down explanation, the operation of the Grayl UL is a simple one; fill, press, drink. And that is no simplification nor exaggeration, it really is that straightforward - think of its operation similar to a French coffee press. The purification + filtration system is made up of four major parts; the outer bottle, the inner press bottle,...
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FATHER & SON TAHR AND CHAMOIS HUNT

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  This is a short film of four kiwi blokes going out into the south westland glacier country for an adventure. Josh and his old man Mark, Cam Henderson (the amazing camera man) and his dad, John went for 6 day hunt looking for Tahr and Chamois. This is a must see clip!
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TOP PLANNING TIPS FOR THE ROAR...

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The Roar is here! We’ve collected a few planning and safety resources to help you better plan your trip.   Where to Hunt? There are a number of online tools for the kiwi hunter looking to head out into the wilderness. Department of Conservation (DOC) Hunters contribute to controlling animal populations - DOC has some great resources for hunters looking to find new public hunting grounds. http://www.doc.govt.nz/parks-and-recreation/things-to-do/hunting/. This site is also a great resource to get your hunting licence, find out about access and any restrictions (such as no dogs, or closures at different peak seasons). The Department of Conservation...
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HUNTING RED STAGS WITH THE RIGOUR BIPOD

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Recently, Ben Tumata from Big Game Hunting field tested the Bushbuck Rigour Bipod. With a trip coming up into the Wairarapa ranges Ben managed to rustle up a decent Red Stag with an impressive 448yard shot. Good work Ben, nice shooting!   For those interested to know more, Ben was also kind enough to do a field review of how the Rigour Bipod performs. It goes without saying that we are obviously big fans of our gear (why wouldn't we be, it's awesome). But, it's always good when someone else gets just as excited about it. Watch out Harris, we're coming at ya!   ...
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THE 2015 NORTH OTAGO BOAR '' STAG MUSTER

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Last Sunday was the final day of the second annual North Otago Boar ‘n’ Stag Muster. This year we sponsored this event, so 7am so we loaded up Bushbuck wagon and took off to Oamaru. Housed in the old Loan & Merc building, this event is all about hunting and supporting to community. All the proceeds from the Muster go to the North Otago hospice, while the numbers aren’t in for this year just yet, last year they raised over $11,000. This year they’ve also managed to provide a new radio system to the local Search & Rescue (well done team). Craig...
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