Aiming behind the shoulder. A pig's vitals are lower and farther forward than a deer, therefore a shot behind the shoulder will typically miss the heart and lungs and result in a run-off. Read more
As the stag charges off, the hunter is left lying on the ground with a severely damaged eye, and his blood splashed over the forest floor.
Michelin star trained chef Analiese Gregory is taking the biggest risk of her life – leaving her high-flying restaurant career for a century old cottage at the bottom of the world in Tasmania. Here, she strives to forge a new life for herself, learning to hunt, fish, forage and live seasonally, closer to nature.
The Weekend Mish season 3 is inbound next week!!! This season involves 6 different missions that span over the New Zealand winter and spring months.
Hunter drops 19 feral pigs from one position hunting by himself.
Big boars were out and about on this ATV shooting / hunting trip. Also a bunch of foxes and some feral cats.
As a hunter, more than anything else you want to make sure you can make a clean ethical shot on.
Accuracy and the required standards of given rifles are commonly exaggerated and misunderstood. Understanding the design limitations of various rifles and their required accuracy performance is not the same universal standard, nor should it be.
How much damage can you do to a rifle before it blows up? We take a .243, .270 and a .308, and we do terrible things to them.
Ever wanted to restore those cast antlers or dead heads. In this video we bring a dead head from a Red Deer back to life by restoring the antlers with a natural rich brown colour.
The 6.5PRC Bergara B14 HMR Wilderness and the Custom CF Tikka T3 in 6mmBR with thermal optics smashing ferals.
Keith Warren, professional hunter and host of The High Road with Keith Warren, takes a minute to pass on his knowledge of firearms and explains how a bullet travels after it leaves a gun
Shot placement on game can make the difference in a good clean ethical harvest or wounding an animal and potentially losing it. What a lot of hunters don't study up on is deer anatomy to know exactly where to place a shot in different scenarios.