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Sarg
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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: NitroX]
      #211565 - 25/06/12 09:37 PM

Never have I had any thing that nice in my Jeep !

More like these blokes !

Not mine, but one of the many work wagons I have used,



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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: NitroX]
      #360994 - 24/01/22 08:46 PM

Lots of the images are gone, with a redundant photo hosting service.

Anyone got new or old ones to share?

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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: NitroX]
      #361007 - 25/01/22 01:36 AM

I have a video of my Granddaughter and I headed out gopher hunting in my rig.

https://youtu.be/uw-eNFCj4hA

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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: DoubleD]
      #361011 - 25/01/22 05:00 AM

20200801_210732 by A Hoffart, on Flickr

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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: tophet1]
      #361028 - 25/01/22 12:59 PM

hi guys best to cover your number plate details

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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: Ripp]
      #361046 - 25/01/22 05:25 PM

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20200801_210732 by A Hoffart, on Flickr




I was only thinking yesterday maybe should use international downtime to learn to ride a horse. Maybe private lessons at a kiddy horse trainer.

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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: NitroX]
      #361063 - 25/01/22 08:31 PM

[image]http://nitroexpress.info/ubbthreads/photos_info/2022/01/unimogjpg[/image]

http://nitroexpress.info/ubbthreads/photos_info/2022/01/unimog-lowest-1.jpg

I'd like one of these. Ex Army Unimog. This one owned by a local boutique winery.

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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: NitroX]
      #361078 - 26/01/22 03:15 AM

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20200801_210732 by A Hoffart, on Flickr




I was only thinking yesterday maybe should use international downtime to learn to ride a horse. Maybe private lessons at a kiddy horse trainer.




I have been on horses my entire life.. been kicked, bucked, fallen on, reared over backwards, you name it.. BUT, some of the most enjoyment of my life has been on a horse.. Love that part on guided hunts in foreign countries..

Many of my friends I hunt with are horrible at riding a horse.. the last trip I was on, my buddy was thrown 3 times by the time we got to the main camp.. The next day he said it was his horse..so we switched horses.. not 100 yards out of camp he got thrown again .. I laughed so hard I nearly peed my pants..

My kids are becoming extremely good at riding them.. I do think the younger you are when learning the better.. kinda like most things in life..

Horses are freakishly powerful.. best to learn all the levers before going into full operation..

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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: Ripp]
      #361088 - 26/01/22 04:30 AM

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20200801_210732 by A Hoffart, on Flickr




YES - number plates covered.

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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: DarylS]
      #361091 - 26/01/22 05:14 AM

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20200801_210732 by A Hoffart, on Flickr




YES - number plates covered.




In more ways than one..



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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: NitroX]
      #361981 - 14/02/22 09:39 AM



49 to 1 gear reduction, will haul two deer at a time. Will fit down a normal corn row.

Will travel down a water filled deer run in the swamp, water above the tire.

21 mile per gallon. Walking speed.

I also built a 4 wheeled version for Island hunting and moving gear.


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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: NitroX]
      #380317 - 24/10/23 08:52 PM

Lots of images lost on the thread. But these still remain.

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My own hunting "rides".

My old one!



It used to guzzle fuel like a Darwinian with beer. About 3 1/2 miles to the gallon at the end.

With Australian Deer Association sticker.



My "new" one. I prefer to spend money on hunting, than cars.






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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: NitroX]
      #381241 - 14/12/23 08:02 PM

Anyone driving an electric vehicle to "save the planit"?

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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: NitroX]
      #381247 - 15/12/23 05:12 AM

Would have to pack your own gas powered generator with you, a big one.

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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: DarylS]
      #381252 - 15/12/23 02:16 PM

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Would have to pack your own gas powered generator with you, a big one.




Haha. True.

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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: 9.3x57]
      #381282 - 16/12/23 10:12 AM

Well , mine is partially battery opperated. I use my battery to start my FJ60. Hell of a lot easier than doing a push start.

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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: 85lc]
      #381285 - 16/12/23 11:14 AM

One doesn't need to worry about being forced to switch to an electric vehicle. We won't be permitted to take long car trips, hunting trips, drive,anyway.

It is claimed Australia needs "one million new "social" housing" units". Developments need not comply with all the normal private rules, connection, crowd them into a too small block, and less off street car parking places. Two off street car parking places per dwelling is the development rule. One "social" housing development, one parking place per FOUR dwelling.

"Save the 'planit' from 'carbon'"

"15 minute cities"

"You will own nothing and be happy."

Well I plan to still be driving in freedom my big diesel Landcruiser, if not a newer one.

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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: 85lc]
      #381286 - 16/12/23 11:15 AM

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Well , mine is partially battery opperated. I use my battery to start my FJ60. Hell of a lot easier than doing a push start.




Mine is even better, two big batteries in the engine bay, at least one big battery in the back.

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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: NitroX]
      #381288 - 16/12/23 12:17 PM

Just a little battery here....





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Re: Show us your hunting vehicles [Re: 9.3x57]
      #384140 - 14/04/24 01:23 AM



My "new" hunting vehicle and farm ute. I purchased my father's 1985 or 1989 Mitsubishi Triton 4WD ute.

New! Feels like it to me.

2.6 L, 4 cylinder petrol.

Seen here parked behind where I was stationed as a blocker at a recent fox cull drive.





It's cool to finally have a ute.

I've still got the 1990 Series 80 Landcruiser.

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