Inner core driving lights
Travelling in the outback areas at night getting to your hunting blocks can be a mission all to itself navigating winding mountain roads or cruising on the flats while keeping an eye out for the wildlife, and without great vision can end in misery..
With LED lighting technology rapidly expanding Continue reading Inner core 9″ LED Driving Lights from Powabeam
The commander 2 sunglasses from SOS fitted with the amber lenses make low light shooting a piece of cake!
SOS Military sunglasses also feature shatterproof, 2mm DuraLite poly carbonate interchangeable lenses with a lightweight padded Grilamid TR90 frame providing extreme durability and comfort.
Simply a must have when using firearms.
For more info and purchase http://www.survivaloptics.com.au/collections/sos-military/commander-2/
By Ben Clarke
Available in REALTREE APG®
Purchasing a Backpack to suit your needs can be a tricky one. As the Hunters Element brand rapidly expands throughout the Australian market, we thought we’d field test and review their renowned Terrace Back Pack. We were in search of a pack that is diverse and can with stand the terrain, weather and harsh conditions the Aussie outback presents.
The first thing we noticed about this pack Continue reading Hunters Element Terrace Backpack
By Ben Clarke
Gun care should be your first port of call during and when returning from a hunting trip, poor gun care can lead to firearm deterioration and loss of accuracy.
Finding a cleaning agent that is easily carried for field services when on an extended trip can be hard and this is where we found the Brunox Turbo Spray from Spika fit the bill with the added protection of rust resistance and lubrication. The best feature about this product was it comes in a lightweight 100ml (or 300ml) aerosol that is super compact and reduces the chance of a spill like traditional cleaners.
BRUNOX Turbo-Spray is a Continue reading Brunox Gun Care Review
I recently had the fortunate opportunity to embark on an overseas hunting trip to the Deep South of Texas, USA for the Extreme Huntress Contest. Not only was it to be an incredible personal experience for me to be an ambassador for Australian and Women hunters, but also an opportunity to road-test some newly acquired field apparel from Hunters Element. On the 4th of July, after 20 hours on a plane, I arrived in the Northern hemisphere tired, but geared for the adventure of a lifetime.
The Hunters Element Saddle Pack was loaded, (i.e. thrown, dragged, tossed) into a hire-car boot and I set off on 4 days of pre-contest travel (doubling as jetlag recovery). I had a map, some cash and a camera, and no concrete plan, just the way I like to travel! But my initially blank itinerary soon filled itself with impulsive adventures including a horse-riding and hiking trip in the Bandera State Park, swimming, a Cabela’s trip, a lot of drinking (err, water, of course…) and a good deal of cruising on the Interstate-35 before heading to the 777 Ranch in Hondo for the contest.
Being a well-seasoned traveler, Continue reading Hunters Element Saddle Pack Review