Hunt Magazine - Vol 2, Iss 1Emerging from crisis and getting used to a new way of living, all the while doing our utmost to continue enjoying our passion and conserving what is most important to us, is the theme of VOL TWO Issue I. Hunters and shooting enthusiasts alike will relate to much of the content within, penned from the heart by collaborators from around the world. BUY IT NOW
HUNT magazine - A World Of Hunting
HUNT Magazine is a new bi-annual collectible quality publication, that will celebrate the hunting practices and traditions of communities from around the world. Whether stalking deer in the ancient forests of Europe, practicing falconry in the highlands of Scotland or pursuing challenging driven boar in Europe's densest forests, you can expect to read about it in the forthcoming volumes of the magazine. HUNT magazine will also include the reviews of the finest museum hunting collections, articles discussing the craftsmanship and skills involved in making the tools we use to hunt, as well as stories of hunters and their quarry. As hunting is one of the most important and successful tools in protecting bio-diversity, we will also include articles about conservation from biologists and researchers.BUY IT NOW
- ExperienceThe people with the broadest experiences are those who venture furthest from the well-trodden path. Hunting, like no other activity can, take us furthest from the safely-worn tracks of modern life and reconnects us to the timelessness of the natural world. Through these raw, unfiltered experiences ageless memories are formed, and stories are born, and grow in the telling.
- EmotionsThe hunt, by its very nature, is a time when all of our senses are heightened. Every muscle-fibre and nerve is wound tight with anticipation. Yet hunting requires calmness under pressure. Who can truly describe the unique emotions that courses through the hunter's veins?
- PassionHunting requires determination and dedication: we tackle the harshest of landscapes, from the open plains to the frozen mountaintops; we take on rain, snow, wind and baking sun - at times it can be downright miserable, so why do we keep coming back? Because a passion is a passion, and the challenge is what makes it special.
- TraditionsHumans have been hunters since the dawn of time. Over centuries, even millenia, traditions and customs surrounding the hunt have arisen. The tweeds of Great Britain, the sound of the hunting horn, the laying out of the game after the hunt, these things are done to honour our noble quarry. It is the differences between traditions that help to distinguish one hunting culture from another, but they are also binds us all together.