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    Quote Originally Posted by craigc View Post
    Great show and the sponsorship works, I want one of those boats!
    What an awesome spot to go from hunting to diving and fishing so quickly.
    You should get one... then come visit
    Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world. - Archimedes

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    Quote Originally Posted by stagstalker View Post
    Yep Hybrids throwing more to red then pure wap. The thing is all NZ Wapiti are hybrids, its just how much they swing each way that varies.
    ''swingin each way'' have i accidently viewed porn hub
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    Quote Originally Posted by gsp follower View Post
    ''swingin each way'' have i accidently viewed porn hub
    It all happens in the bush they reckn.

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    @The Hunters Club awesome! Excited for a new season! Question- will you be making Season 6 available for digital purchase? I’ve purchased the first 5 seasons & love being able to chuck em on a device to watch while at camp, particularly great way to pass the time when stuck at camp due to weather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pixie Z View Post
    @The Hunters Club awesome! Excited for a new season! Question- will you be making Season 6 available for digital purchase? I’ve purchased the first 5 seasons & love being able to chuck em on a device to watch while at camp, particularly great way to pass the time when stuck at camp due to weather.
    Season 6 is here - https://vimeo.com/ondemand/huntersclub6

    Will make series 7, the current one, available once the first broadcast run is complete, probably in early December
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    Quote Originally Posted by MSL View Post
    MOA scopes, probably outnumber mil scopes 10-1 in hunting terms.
    And horned and antlered beasts have always been measured in inches. A 1270mm wapiti trophy sounds ridiculous.


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    And a 1270mm wapiti is also very small when you consider a 300 Douglas head is 7500mm.
    Overkill is still dead.

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    Some may think metric is in? Tell the US that! I believe the main issue is that US factory tooling is geared up in imperial though have metric equivalent for the overseas market. It would cost billions to change their aircraft build industry etc etc. When i was in the airforce in the 80's 90's, all the aircraft manuals were imperial, same as other military hardwear. Metric is reserved for Europe! So todays generation if they can't work with both, maybe back to school? lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7mmwsm View Post
    And a 1270mm wapiti is also very small when you consider a 300 Douglas head is 7500mm.
    I was only referring to the 50 antler length


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    Quote Originally Posted by MSL View Post
    I was only referring to the 50” antler length


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    Yeah I know, but I couldn't help it sorry.
    Overkill is still dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Hunters Club View Post
    Season 6 is here - https://vimeo.com/ondemand/huntersclub6

    Will make series 7, the current one, available once the first broadcast run is complete, probably in early December
    Legend, thanks for that @The Hunters Club. Just purchased and looking forward to watching a few eps at camp next weekend. Not sure how I missed it on the site when I looked before

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puddleduk View Post
    My mistake I thought it was a stoney creek and stabicraft ad
    Have you watched the shows that are funded? Bunch of Muppets chasing animals around farms, missing/wounding game or having some chased by helicopters until they are physically exhausted then the host pulls of a crap shot. If that is what funding puts on TV I am happy to watch The others push their sponsors.

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    @The Hunters Club do the guys not help you by sharing the load of camera gear etc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stagstalker View Post
    @The Hunters Club do the guys not help you by sharing the load of camera gear etc?
    You sleep in the bed you make (even with a punctured airbed).

    To be honest, over the last 12 months I've started dishing out a kg here and there to the boys, am well overdue shoulder surgery which makes things tricky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Hunters Club View Post
    You sleep in the bed you make (even with a punctured airbed).

    To be honest, over the last 12 months I've started dishing out a kg here and there to the boys, am well overdue shoulder surgery which makes things tricky.
    Tbh I think choosing to carry extra unnecessary items/weight for yourself would be making your own bed. In the case of producing a TV show everyone is involved and it should be a team effort. Bit average imo, maybe Im wired differently. Good to hear you are sending some stuff their way now though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stagstalker View Post
    Tbh I think choosing to carry extra unnecessary items/weight for yourself would be making your own bed. In the case of producing a TV show everyone is involved and it should be a team effort. Bit average imo, maybe Im wired differently. Good to hear you are sending some stuff their way now though.
    There's pro's and con's. I'm pretty used to a heavy pack, and when we're moving around, I also don't have the pressure to spot game, select routes, and make decisions that impact the group - I can just plod along following the feet in front. If I saddled someone up with an extra 5kg, it would impact the way they're used to hunting.

    Lately I've been dishing out the tripod to any other hunter who isn't carrying a rifle, the sticks weigh around 4kg so it's pretty similar weight to a shooter. This speeds up the process of getting a shot set up as well, as the tripod isn't attached to my pack. Brad (from our Fiordland episode last week) isn't a big guy, but he's as strong as an ox, and so far is the only hunter not to shy away from carrying my big zoom lens for me on hunts, seen here - Name:  DAVELowRes5.jpg
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    For those interested, weighing gear at the hangar before departure on the first part of last nights ep, bodyweight was 95kg, pack was 36kg, then tripod and camera weight was a little shy of 10.

 

 

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