Hunting is not all about the shot or the dead animal, it means so much more than that to me. The time you get to spend quality time with your family out into the bush. No screen time just taking in the breath taking views, and keeping the watchful eye on anything that might move.
When I was a young kid I loved nothing more than going out spot lightning on a weekend and see who could catch the first bunny. These days’ kids spend more time on the lounge playing games. So what is a better way to get the kids involved in some outdoor living?
The excitement you see on the kids’ faces when they see something is rewarding enough and explain to them about all Continue reading Do you hunt with your family?
Looking for a last minute Christmas gift for the outdoorsmen/woman in the family then check out the Trigger stick from Primos. We have been testing this tripod for the past month and have had great success, stay tuned for the video review!
With just one hand and the pull of a trigger, you can adjust the Primos Trigger Stick® to your desired height. The Trigger Stick® is a lightweight height-adjustable gun rest and optical gear mount, perfect for kneeling or standing. It comes equipped with a detachable V yoke. The Trigger Stick® fits 1/4″-20 & 3/8″-16 threaded fixtures for securing optical gear. It is perfect for cameras, spotting scopes, binoculars, laser range finders and almost any other mono pod mountable device.
360° rotating V yoke
Removable V yoke
Improved fluid handle movement
Extreme leg angle adjustments
Whisper quiet telescoping legs
Stronger, lighter 7075 aluminum legs for easy carry
Adjust from 609mm to 1574mm
Well, what a start to the trip…..
An hour into the journey travelling in a remote part of central NSW with no reception and minimal traffic (1-2 vehicles a day) my borrowed trailer decided to add some excitement to the day with a blowout due to a perished tyre, not a big problem had two spares so i carried on route to meet the team from Tasco Sales Australia to do some product testing in the central region of NSW.
40 minutes from the first blowout the spare decided it had enough Continue reading Hunting with the team at TSA
By Kim Clarke
It’s 6:00am and the alarm is going off, out of bed we stumbled into our Camo gear , well at least 3 of us into camo and one little 3 year old refusing the camo and going for a pink puffer vest and pink sunnies instead. The kids are still half asleep and to be honest I am still half asleep also, COFFEE!! We need coffee ASAP! All the other essentials, quad bike, fridge and hunting gear carefully packed in the Ute ready to go. A quick bite to eat, meet up with our friends and were on the road.
It’s not long and the kids are fast asleep, luckily as the roads are muddy, windy and bumpy and usually result in at least one kid vomiting. OH WAIT, Continue reading Families that hunt together stay together