Checking your firing zone is one rule that seems to be broken a lot in this country. YouTube is full of videos of hunters shooting animals on skylines and ridge tops.
Remember those high calibre pulls can travel for miles (literally) and will kill a person should they hit them. If you can not see a safe back drop behind your target like a bank or hill side don’t pull that trigger..
Every year and every ROAR in NZ a hunter shoots another hunter because they fail to Identify there target beyond all doubt.. This can happen to anyone experienced or not it doesn't matter. The hard line truth is the only way to stop this is to 100% Identify your "target beyond all doubt"..
How do you do this? The method Ive come up with to hopefully prevent myself from making this deadly... View details ⇨