Australian Hunter aims to create a better environment and community understanding of all forms of hunting, whether for animal management, trophies or food for the family table. The magazine features articles and advice on hunting all manner of game from rabbits, foxes and goats to pigs, deer, buffaloes and more. Also featured are product reviews by experienced hunters and outdoor enthusiasts on firearms, optics, knives and related gear for the field, as well as practical advice for tracking, hunting, butchering and cooking game.
Australian Hunter • Edition 69
From the Editor
Thrills and spills on two Top End safaris
The superb Sako 85 Finnlight
Project Moonie • The central feature of this project is an area of remnant brigalow-belah forest, of which few examples of this vegetation type remain on the Western Downs.
The Leatherman Wingman • Think of this model as having most of the things you need without going to the extreme of having a lot of the things you don’t.
Photography shares common ground with hunting
Hunting alone • I approached the dam slowly, walking along the top of it when I saw movement below, which was a pig.
Hunting with a .243-6mm-.240
Sauer 101 Classic XT the ideal light stalking rifle • The .243 Win is a high-velocity, flat-shooting calibre with a reputation for good hunting accuracy.
Special limited-edition book offer
The lone wild dog
Timeless elegance of the Buck Model 119
Tripod versus 4 Stable Stick
Guiding the guide an American’s learning curve
Encounters with stags stir the senses a hunter’s journal
Size up binoculars to bolster your prospects
The .25-06 wildcat cartridge
Exclusive • Australian Hunter magazine shirts
On the trail of Noord Holland wildfowl and hares
Cutting the cord • Robert Dewey’s hot tip
Feathered by P J Booth
Eagleye SmartRest Light Mounts
German Hunting and Fishing Museum in Munich
Rib butchery • Baby backs, spare ribs, rib tips, brisket bones and St. Louis ribs - Steve Bain trims them all out of some sheets of ribs from medium-sized game.
Camp oven baby back ribs • Lynn Bain dishes up three unique mouth-watering rib recipes
Supex Multi-purpose Steel Tripod
Lime (citrus) and basil ribs
Asian rib tip and green leaf soup