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    Nice NZ hunting film

    Slightly different, quite enjoyed this film, Impressed by his level of backcountry cooking



    A good reminder at how much better mountain hunters the average kiwi is compared to their US counterparts.

    For contrast, I took these pictures from a US company that put out a hunting film. You see point of aim, point of impact and not to mention the bullet background...
    (I've merged the images from two cameras, one show where he broke the shot, one shows how I lined up the images, red ring shows where bullet impacted)
    And this from a "professional" outfit, not an average joe
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    funny I recognised Tasmans rifle stock before seeing the title....yip he is one out of the box that man....
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    Sub to his channel @Norway he has plenty of nice NZ videos



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    Already done that, he's doing trips I would have done his age if I had the opportunity. Love it!
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    His videos are great but I pity his knees with all the cooking paraphernalia on top of the camera gear.
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    He does some awesome videos. I was impressed by this one.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbyXabtlK48

    Thats a huge one day walk and to make his own sausages and smoke them. Pretty cool!
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    His circumnavigation of Stewart Island was pretty impressive too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Jack View Post
    His videos are great but I pity his knees with all the cooking paraphernalia on top of the camera gear.
    What camera gear? I'll show you camera gear...

    Yeah I think I saw a cast iron pan in one of the films ???
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    Tasman is a great lad and real genuine guy
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    Always enjoy Tasmin's video's, cos theyre just plain honest. And he does trips that are out of the norm, or the good ol' fashioned way, walk in, walk out. I've covered a fair bit of the country he films in and that young fella certainly puts in the hard yards.

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    Yep Tasman is a great character and does some hard yards.
    Don't get me started on American's shot placement. They seem hell bent of convincing each other they should aim for the heart and the heart is somewhere near the liver of a deer and almost every video I watch the shoot is way too far back. I just don't watch American hunting videos now it seems endemic. They really should open the side of a rib cage next time they have a deer on the deck.
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    Another subscriber here. Balls of steel and no ego or macho bullshit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Makros View Post
    Yep Tasman is a great character and does some hard yards.
    Don't get me started on American's shot placement. They seem hell bent of convincing each other they should aim for the heart and the heart is somewhere near the liver of a deer and almost every video I watch the shoot is way too far back. I just don't watch American hunting videos now it seems endemic. They really should open the side of a rib cage next time they have a deer on the deck.
    Its not just an american thing. One hell of alot of hunters around the world go for a behind the shoulder shot. It takes quite some convincing to get them to break bone.

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    tasman's an animal .
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    The look on his face when he made the creme brulee
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