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Dealing with that pressure can be very difficult. Whether you’re a seasoned rifle hunter and have just got into bowhunting or you’re new to close-quarters hunting full stop – movement, wind direction, noise and timing will never be so important.

On average, most deer are shot from around 22-24 metres with a bow in New Zealand. When you are this close to deer, it’s like there is an invisible sand timer on your shoulder. But unlike a sand timer that runs out in exactly ten minutes every time, this one has an unknown amount of sand before your deer disappears.

Let’s say you want to shoot your first deer with a bow. You’ve

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