all4hunters are not the only ones to have a Facebook fan page. Zeiss Hunting has now launched its own, too. Our tip: Take a look and give it a thumbs up
Dr Armin Dobat, project manager at Zeiss Sports Optics, said to us:
“Everywhere you look people are posting, liking, sharing and commenting – which is why we signed up! Our customers can now find the ZEISS team on Facebook under https://www.facebook.com/ZEISSHunting. Hunters will find everything they could possibly want for at ZEISS Hunting: interesting reports, photos and videos of ZEISS products and hunting. Go ahead and click on ‘like’ for ZEISS Hunting!”
We already have 3000 likes. Let the manufacture know how much you like the page. You will still of course find everything you want to know about hunting weapons, ammunition, scopes and hunting gear at all4hunters.de, or on all4hunters.it for our international visitors, via our Facebook page.
Jean Marc Coyault from the Ain Region, France, hunts deer and wild boar and eland in Sweden. He has hunted for years in Cameroon and South Africa and shares with all4hunters why the beauty and diversity of landscapes draw him back to Namibia to hunt with Ozondjahe Safaris. In these fascinating places you can hunt impala, blue and black wildebeest, oryx, baboon, zebra, duiker, cape eland, …
Ulrika from Sweden is a passionate hunter: in Las Vegas she won the 2019 Extreme Huntress Competition. As a winner, she has left such well-known participants as Tatjana Orosova from Slovakia or Meadow Kouffeld from the USA behind. We met her at the Jagd & Hund exhibition in Dortmund, Germany, visiting the RWS, Norma and Alljagd booths with her.
Beth Johnston, from Arbroath, Scotland, was introduced to shooting when she was 19. Her first rifle shot was with a Sako 757, followed by a Bergara .308, firing at targets on a shooting range with her partner, Byron Pace. She enjoyed the challenge of shooting, and, despite being a total novice with no previous experience, discovered she was a good shot. This was the start of her passion for all …
31-year-old Emma Perrott grew up hunting alongside her father in the south-east corner of the Brecon Beacons, South Wales. It was a normal part of family life to go shooting, stalking and lamping foxes. Father and daughter have hunted all over the UK, and Emma is now based in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, with her fiancé, a professional stalking guide. Emma is a member of the UK Zeiss Pro …
Game shooters and hunters travel to Scotland to experience shooting sports on ancient estates, lead by tweed-clad gamekeepers to enjoy the sport of pheasant, grouse, partridge, hare, pigeon, ptarmigan and wildfowl. Hunters are guided into deer by experienced deerstalkers with generations of fieldcraft and wildlife knowledge.
An ancient sport for putting food on the table, and an effective form of vermin control: rabbits are one of the biggest pests and cause large amounts of crop and land damage. Ferrets are sent into burrows to chase the rabbits out into the open where they are netted or shot.
Shooting driven grouse requires the shooter to have fast reactions, a keen eye and confidence in his or her ability to shoot. Thousands of shooters travel to Scotland to shoot grouse from August 12th until 10th December. It can be one of the most exhilarating day’s sport you will ever experience
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