Paul 'Chief' Graveson

Paul 'Chief' Graveson

Fires – the good and the bad

fire

HI all, southeast Queensland and northern NSW have endured a terrible fire season and my heart goes out to those who have felt the harshness of Mother Nature. Some have lost property and livelihoods, but one thing is for sure, the Australian landscape will return with fresh regrowth and the burnt scars will fade into the greenery. It will once …

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Adventure Kings Big Daddy swag

adventure kings big daddy swag

It really felt as if I was sleeping outside under the stars and picking up even the slightest breeze.  The Big Daddy may have ample ventilation but when those dark clouds close in the freestanding swag is able to shut up shop with its 400gsm poly/cotton ripstop canvas material and overlapping zip flaps. The boys recently went on a Moreton …

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Five pins make a strike

This is where I can start to explain the feature of the Trophy Ridge React sight called Smart Pin Technology. When I first heard of this feature I admit I was wary and sceptical of its capabilities. All the archer has to do is manually sight the first pin at 20 yards and lock it in. Then as you sight …

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Bowhunting Hare in the Mary Valley

Used in conjunction with a glow peep it allows the hunter to sight prey and release an arrow accurately towards the target in darkness. The more practice, the better the overall results. I’d like to add that this particular sight has the added feature of calculating your pins for distance accuracy. It can be as simple as manually adjusting your …

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The Milani experience

We then sat back and watched the stalk unfold from a high vantage point. We were just as surprised as Garrett when a grey merle billy appeared from nowhere and busted his approach. It was all over red rover. As the goats disappeared up the rocky hillside you could practically hear my mind ticking over with plans of how to …

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