Scheme of placement, use and protection of hunting grounds on the territory of the Novosibirsk region
This work was carried out in accordance with the State contract for the implementation of research work "Scheme of placement, use and protection of hunting grounds on the territory of…

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Hunting for a hare in the fall without a dog
Encyclopedia of hunting: hare Hunting Many people will think that there is nothing complicated, go through the fields and shoot the flying "oblique". But there are secrets, and it is…

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Autumn game hunting with stuffed animals and decoy duck
The majority of birds moving to wintering grounds, stopping periodically to feed safe waters, replenishing energy to continue the road. At this time, ducks have a highly developed flocking instinct,…

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Monthly Archives: May 2019

City hunter’s dog: reflections of a forced idler

Oh, and it’s a thankless business to compare any of the hunting dogs with other breeds. I did not intend to do this, if not for the case: with a difference of a few days, I lost a one-year-old wolf cub, and I myself received a severe injury that completely deprived me of mobility. So there was time for reflection, and then a reason.

Just after a week of forced idleness, a brown Dachshund appeared in the apartment-a three-year-old, the first bitch in my life. Having heard about the double trouble, a familiar breeder was blessed with a gift (once with one of her Pets, who later became the ancestor of the line, we reached high titles among juniors, we managed to fight off the further path in this direction-well, not mine). Continue reading

How to behave when meeting a bear

“…residents of the region in the event of bears appearing in dangerous proximity can immediately contact the state Inspectorate to send inspectors to the scene. It is their responsibility to determine the degree of danger of the predator, and if necessary, their duty to “settle” the situation with a well-aimed shot.»

(from the official’s speech)

The brown bear is the largest predator that lives in the Ural taiga. Its weight can exceed 600 kg. Powerful forelimbs, equipped with long claws, have a great destructive force-a blow of the paw of the bear is able to break the spine, tear out the ribs or break the bones of the skull of the moose. A bear can bite through the barrels of a smoothbore gun with its teeth. Continue reading

How to catch up with waterfowl on the hunt
The method of catching waterfowl is not used too often. However, this method is quite justified, and in some cases it is the only way to get a bird. For…

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Passions around the VPO-208 self-loading carbine
Two seasons have been left behind since the publication of the article "VPO-208: non-standard "paradox". Smoothbore SCS with a 14-centimeter rifled part of the barrel caused a mixed reaction among…

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How to behave when meeting a bear
"...residents of the region in the event of bears appearing in dangerous proximity can immediately contact the state Inspectorate to send inspectors to the scene. It is their responsibility to…

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Winter moose pen: weapons and features.
This hunt has a nuance that determines the increased requirements for safety. First, it is unattractive for "trophy" hunters who usually have a high shooting training – in December, and…

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