With the big question about the risk assessment still to be answered, there has been some significant progress with the reformation of the original NSW Game Council.
Explore the benefits and explode the myths of using blaze orange clothing when hunting. We show why it is such a safety benefit for humans and demonstrate why it's all but invisible to animals.
For the Australian shooter who needs a tool to cover most contingencies, the Leatherman OHT is top of the list.
Tamika and Shenae rattle a few razorbacks in the tropics of North Queensland!
When out hunting for billys a white coloured goat can be seen a long way off but those motley coloured billys blend into the countryside well, and when bedded under the canopy of a tree, could easily be missed without binoculars.
In the decade that I worked as an administrative and regulatory lawyer for the Commonwealth Government it was clear that whenever a review was commissioned, the outcome of the review was all too apparent before its public release, if one takes the trouble to pause and smell the wind.
Now that's more like it - the entries have poured in this week.
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