About LMcNab

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About LMcNab
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Hi everyone, I have been around the chat for a while, just reading and piping up every now and again, but have recently seen it mentioned a couple of times that the introduction is significant in joining the community.
I'm a early 30's father of 3, farming in the south of the south. I've always been interested in hunting but its never made it far enough up the hobbie list for serious expeditions so mostly farm hunting for me so far. Due to no longer being up to my main sport, rugby, I'm keen to get into it more and I need something to get me off the farm once in a while.
My little brother was a serious hunter. Big missions up and down the laps on both coasts, a couple of fiordland trips and a stint guiding in the northern mountain forests of British Columbia.
I always anticipated he would drag my big ass out and show me some real nz hunting when he came home to farm with me.
We lost him before that plan came together. If anything, this has made me more determined now to make it happen, live some of the experiences that he lived and hopefully measure up to some of his legacy.
Location:
Owaka
Occupation:
Farmer

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  1. Marty Henry
    Marty Henry liked post by LMcNab On thread : Bedding Jobs, I'm now convinced.
    Bought a 7mmrm a while ago and was having trouble getting nice groups out of anything factory. I ideally wanted between 3/4 -1/2 moa to make the most of having a magnum calibers range, and was...
    Liked On: 03-08-2020, 07:49 PM
  2. 308
    308 liked post by LMcNab On thread : Bedding Jobs, I'm now convinced.
    Bought a 7mmrm a while ago and was having trouble getting nice groups out of anything factory. I ideally wanted between 3/4 -1/2 moa to make the most of having a magnum calibers range, and was...
    Liked On: 02-08-2020, 11:05 PM
  3. stagstalker
    stagstalker liked post by LMcNab On thread : Bedding Jobs, I'm now convinced.
    Sauer 101, has a great big alloy bedding block at the front but just timber at the back. It's now supported at both ends.
    Liked On: 02-08-2020, 09:31 PM
  4. stagstalker
    stagstalker liked post by LMcNab On thread : Bedding Jobs, I'm now convinced.
    Bought a 7mmrm a while ago and was having trouble getting nice groups out of anything factory. I ideally wanted between 3/4 -1/2 moa to make the most of having a magnum calibers range, and was...
    Liked On: 02-08-2020, 09:31 PM
  5. Micky Duck
    Micky Duck liked post by LMcNab On thread : Bedding Jobs, I'm now convinced.
    Bought a 7mmrm a while ago and was having trouble getting nice groups out of anything factory. I ideally wanted between 3/4 -1/2 moa to make the most of having a magnum calibers range, and was...
    Liked On: 02-08-2020, 07:16 PM
  6. kidmac42
    kidmac42 liked post by LMcNab On thread : Bedding Jobs, I'm now convinced.
    Bought a 7mmrm a while ago and was having trouble getting nice groups out of anything factory. I ideally wanted between 3/4 -1/2 moa to make the most of having a magnum calibers range, and was...
    Liked On: 02-08-2020, 06:22 PM
  7. Nesika
    Nesika liked post by LMcNab On thread : The Bachelor Life.
    Wifey took the kids away the other weekend to meet her brother and his family in Queenstown. Unfortunately for me, it was my turn on the weekend roster for shifting breaks and feeding out so I had to...
    Liked On: 31-07-2020, 09:46 PM
  8. Sparrow
    Sparrow liked post by LMcNab On thread : The Bachelor Life.
    Wifey took the kids away the other weekend to meet her brother and his family in Queenstown. Unfortunately for me, it was my turn on the weekend roster for shifting breaks and feeding out so I had to...
    Liked On: 29-07-2020, 05:04 PM
  9. Micky Duck
    Micky Duck liked post by LMcNab On thread : The Bachelor Life.
    Haha my kids won't eat porridge unless we throw chocolate chips in. Its still about the healthiest thing they eat so we oblige!
    Liked On: 28-07-2020, 09:17 PM
  10. Beaker
    Beaker liked post by LMcNab On thread : The Bachelor Life.
    Wifey took the kids away the other weekend to meet her brother and his family in Queenstown. Unfortunately for me, it was my turn on the weekend roster for shifting breaks and feeding out so I had to...
    Liked On: 28-07-2020, 09:08 PM
  11. Tommy
    Tommy liked post by LMcNab On thread : The Bachelor Life.
    Wifey took the kids away the other weekend to meet her brother and his family in Queenstown. Unfortunately for me, it was my turn on the weekend roster for shifting breaks and feeding out so I had to...
    Liked On: 28-07-2020, 09:03 PM
  12. Woody
    Woody liked post by LMcNab On thread : The Bachelor Life.
    Wifey took the kids away the other weekend to meet her brother and his family in Queenstown. Unfortunately for me, it was my turn on the weekend roster for shifting breaks and feeding out so I had to...
    Liked On: 28-07-2020, 08:35 PM
  13. Steve123
    Steve123 liked post by LMcNab On thread : The Bachelor Life.
    Wifey took the kids away the other weekend to meet her brother and his family in Queenstown. Unfortunately for me, it was my turn on the weekend roster for shifting breaks and feeding out so I had to...
    Liked On: 28-07-2020, 08:08 PM
  14. paremata
    paremata liked post by LMcNab On thread : The Bachelor Life.
    Wifey took the kids away the other weekend to meet her brother and his family in Queenstown. Unfortunately for me, it was my turn on the weekend roster for shifting breaks and feeding out so I had to...
    Liked On: 28-07-2020, 07:46 PM
  15. rugerman
    rugerman liked post by LMcNab On thread : The Bachelor Life.
    Wifey took the kids away the other weekend to meet her brother and his family in Queenstown. Unfortunately for me, it was my turn on the weekend roster for shifting breaks and feeding out so I had to...
    Liked On: 28-07-2020, 07:46 PM
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