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Hey all

I am new to the forum. Been hunting all my life and even worked professionally as shooter for 2 years with FEA and Gunns. I live down in Hobart and am very keen to get out and do some more shooting real soon.

Regards

Flawed

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Hey, I'm another keen tassie hunter and fisherman.... I'm 20 yrs old currently studying physical Ed. Love hunting fallow in tassie had good sucess this year on a 237ds fallow and keen to learn a bit more about other deer in aus. Recently come back from charters towers chital shooting, went to south Africa hunting in 06, planning another hunt this year on the sambar in Vic... Looking forward to Having a chat..

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g day from ballarat

i am just getting back into the shooting scene from a long break traveling the world .

great site keeping up hunting's positive image is our only hope of survival

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G'day I'm Dodger.42 from tasmania

My intrests are hunting, hunting and more hunting with the son.We love to hunt wallaby,feral billies and fallow stags.I got a spaniel trained to point billies and deer. The favourite weapon is a omark 308 with 6-24x50.bipod,ultimate camo sling and custom stock.Also got tikka T3 .222, H&R .17,winchester.22 and wretched bootin' baikal 12gauge.Biggest to date is 36in tip to tip,son got a 32in thats got 4in bases. Biggest fallow for me 12pt with bugger all palm, the son got a nice 15pt with decent palm this year.

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G'day All,

I'm from Kingston, just south of Hobart. Have lived here for most of my life, but plan on moving a short distance soon to escape the 'urban' feel of the area, get back to the bush.

I mainly hunt wallabies, but get the chance to get out every year to look for an antlered species and his partner...

Love this state, don't want to move to the north island, it's just too hot and humid, nice to visit every now and then though.

I'll write more later....when i have more time...

cheers and good hunting all!! ;)

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Hi Guys, Tassie born and Bred. Hunting since young, getting a bit more serious now as I actually have some money!

Experienced handloader, shot a bit around the world, hope I can help out.

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Welcome to the AusHunt website all new members.

AusHunt promotes safe, ethical and humane hunting practice in Australia which is reflected in our positive discussions and attitudes we have on this board. There are many experienced members and industry reps who are only too happy to answer your questions.

Just tell us a little about yourself by replying here to gain immediate full access.

Happy Hunting,

AusHunt Admin.

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Hello all. I'm an Englishman, but Tassie has been my home for the last 20 years. I'm still very fond of the Old Country, but I'm afraid it's not the best place for shooters these days, so I'm very glad to be here. I'm looking forward to picking your brains about a few things, but for now I'll just read and learn. Cheers for now.

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Gday all. Im a tasweegan through and through been here all my life. Grew up in the far north west and been into hunting since i can remember. Always gettin stuck into the wallabys, possums and love a good rabbit stew. Like to go chasing fallow in March and dont mind flickin a fly to a trout occasionally. Never plan on leavin tassie cause it just doesnt get any better.

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Welcome to the AusHunt website all new members.

AusHunt promotes safe, ethical and humane hunting practice in Australia which is reflected in our positive discussions and attitudes we have on this board. There are many experienced members and industry reps who are only too happy to answer your questions.

Just tell us a little about yourself by replying here to gain immediate full access.

Happy Hunting,

AusHunt Admin.

Hi there,

Another keen hunter from Tas,I love deer hunting and live in the Midlands area. My favourite deer rifle is my ruger 300 win mag

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G'day hunters. I'm lucky enough to live in the most beautiful, magical State in the Federation IMHO. I love its history, its rolling hills, its rugged highlands, its bush creatures and its great people. I love to pull a trout out of its lakes with the morning mists still rising off the water. I love to bag a hare in the golden late-afternoon, long shadows running across the paddocks. And I don't mind a saddle of hare baked in cream and garlic either. I'm old-fashioned - I love deep bluing and deep chequering, love the satin feel of an aged wooden stock, love the smell of gun oil. Mix it all up with a whiff of smoke from a campfire, and you have my version of heaven :P .

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G'day, I have just moved to TAS and I gotta say I

reckon it is the best state I have ever lived in,

I can't stand cities and after spending 3 years in

over crowded Sydney I am glad to be back in the bush.

Looking forward to discussing hunting.

Cheers!

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G'day, I have just moved to TAS and I gotta say I

reckon it is the best state I have ever lived in,

I can't stand cities and after spending 3 years in

over crowded Sydney I am glad to be back in the bush.

Looking forward to discussing hunting.

Cheers!

lololo k

Welcome to the forum my retarded labrador looking friend, enjoy k

bibibi ar

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lololo k

Welcome to the forum my retarded labrador looking friend, enjoy k

bibibi ar

Thanks Cheetah, Looking forward to going for a hunt when your back in the country,

oh and work on your beer fitness.

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Hi boys born in Tassie 48 years old just started shooting again about 2 years ago after a 18 year break.

Eldest son started shooting about 2 years ago and asked me to go with him 1 night and next thing you know i have a collection of firearms.

Wife dosnt give me any grief now as only shooting with son, not like the old days but use to go every weekend then with out fail.

Love deer shooting wallaby shooting and just walking around with the boy showing him what signs to look for.

Thats all for now

Mick Shooter

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G'Day All Im just a young hunter starting out and love every second of hunting and being out in the bush and spending time shooting rifles and guns, I have been involed in the sports from a young age and hopefully still in it for many years to come :)

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hey everyone new on the gun seen hope to learn from all you experienced hunters/shooters i own a ruger m77/22 stainless varmit just built a new stock for it so i could float it and pillar bed it went from shooting 2" groups at 100m with stingers to 1" very happy with how it turned out will post some pics soon also getting a cz527 varmit in the laminated stock cant wait to pick her up and start dialing.

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hey lads. in 18 from tasmania. i love shooting. i love little guns, i have a .22, .22 magnum and a .204........

tasmania rules

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Gday all, living North of the state, moved from W.A a couple of years ago. Loving the lifestyle here and I'm looking forward in broadening my knowledge reading from all your experiences.

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i love hunting, everthing about it. i love deer hunting and wallaby shooting off the hounds.

thats all for the moment.

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G'day from the south of the state!

I live in Hobart - have been shooting a few years, Just bought a new Lanber. Thought it was time to join a forum, read a little more and learn from others experiences.

Cheers,

Dory

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Welcome to all our new Tassie members enjoy the site :)

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