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Stop the Bleed. Prac Med’s IFAS Kit first look

So, should you, are someone near you have a major issue with losing a LOT of blood, do you have the resources on you to stop it?

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Safety Glasses for Shooting

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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Precision Nutrition for Hunters and Shooters

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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9 Tips for Dealing with Buck Fever

Buck Fever is controllable – it’s simply your brain forgetting what to do in the excitement and going on autopilot.

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Custom Hearing Protection. Worth the money.

The Solution Previously, I have discussed why you should be protecting your ears and covered some of the pro’s and con’s of the different options of custom hearing protection out there. This article will focus specifically on my choice.     Firstly, as I think I have probably already mentioned, these isnt my first custom…

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Well the roar is nearly upon us

Well the roar is nearly upon us, so I reckon it’s a good time to bang the drum for safety again, but this time I want to share a few ideas that expand on the tired old refrain of ‘always positively identify your target beyond all doubt’.

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Making tough decisions aka. Tramping with the shits

So when faced with the shits at the beginning of your tramp what should you do?

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Firearms Safety – forming better gun handling habits.

Firearms Safety isn’t just about knowing the 7 Basic Rules of Firearms Safety, nor is it about remembering just enough to pass the multi-choice questionnaire that is a requirement of getting a firearms license in New Zealand. It’s about making a commitment to maintain a high standard of firearms handling and safety at all times. One of the keys to this, is learning and reinforcing good habits when handling firearms.

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Survival Kit vs. PLB

A friend brought up an interesting point when we were last out tramping.  There was a group of us and one guy had an army-style molle pouch attached to his hip-belt containing his survival kit. Now I can appreciate the desire to have a 2nd line containing all the necessities for when you drop-pack and wander…

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Blisters. Suck.

Pure evil blisters which when they rupture can bring you to your knees in pain with a cry which will scare away any wildlife in a 3 km radius.

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