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Nikon P900 Camera – phenomenal, for the money.

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A handheld camera with an 83x zoom built in? Yes. That appeals. But can it live up to the hype?

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Getting your New Zealand Firearms Licence – the definitive guide (2018)

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The process of applying for your New Zealand Firearms Licence is easy. Learn the steps, get started here and get shooting!

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Safety Glasses for Shooting

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While hearing protection is a no-brainer when shooting on a range, more and more places are also requiring eye-protection. What should you be looking for in safety glasses for shooting?

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The VRTBR T2 Base Layer – modern thermals.

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First, starting from the inside out, the next to skin thermal layer – designated the T2 Base Layer in the VRTBR system.

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Precision Nutrition for Hunters and Shooters

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First of all – I have to say, I am not a nutritional expert, nor qualified to dispense nutritional advice. Consult an expert, etc, etc, etc…

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VRTBR – Premium Outdoors Clothing from the Nordics.

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Does a company from Denmark offer up some of the best hunting gear in the world? How will it work in NZ? Are asymmetrical zippers the latest trend…

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Replacing the Tikka Bolt Handle

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Changing a Tikka Bolt handle is really for aesthetics. Especially on something like the Tikka TAC A1 – which already has an ‘oversized’ tactical style bolt knob on it – it’s certainly not something that is going to improve your grouping. However, we like to tinker, and, it’s a great excuse to pull the bolt apart and clean it.

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A Single Stage Trigger Vs Two Stage Trigger

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Oh, if only it was that easy – the question of Single Stage Trigger Vs Two Stage Trigger comes up quite often – here are my thoughts on it…

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Precision Trigger Basics

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The trigger, one of the most important parts of a precision firearm system. How do they work, what do they do, and how can you optimise yours?

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Scope Bite

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Over the weekend, I watched two shooters scope themselves – that is, the recoil of the firearm pushes the scope back into head, above the eyebrow – generally cutting the head open. Scope Bite looks nasty, but is easy to avoid.

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