Hunting Skills

Hunters explain how they learned to fully process a deer in less than 10 minutes.

If you are reloading yourself, make sure you understand how to do it safely, and monitor the flow of brass around indentations in your bolt. Marks on the brass mean unsafe pressure.

Glass bedding is a major component of the ultimate bedding package for rifle accuracy.

Leupold's Tim O'Connor explains parallax, and the affect on shooting!

Mounting and bore sighting a scope 101.

A good pair of hunting boots can be the most important part to your hunting kit.

Whatever your experience on the hunt, if you want to share it with others, step right in with both feet and give it a go.

For many deer hunters finding cast antlers is like winning a raffle. More often than not, environmental elements have already taken hold, with antlers turned white and chalky.

Looking after game meat is done easily if a few principles are followed.

Meat Eater’s Steven Rinella giving a very detailed, step-by-step account of how to gut any horned or antlered game.

There are four marksmanship principles: aim, hold, sight and shot. These can be seen as the fundamentals of accurate shooting — and they must be utilised every time.

In this video, Eric Chesser explains how to remove the tenderloins using the gutless method. The gutless method is fast and easy, requiring only a knife – even on big game such as sambar and red deer.

A nice Kiwi video about father/daughter bonding around the hunt.

For those times when the prone position is not an option, former Army Ranger sniper team leader Ryan Cleckner discusses alternate shooting positions to make sure you are as stable as possible.

Correct technique for shooting from a bi-pod.