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A “Professional Hunter” critiques hunting/tracking scenes from Hollywood movies - I actually did learn something watching ... #7715677 01/12/20 10:33 PM
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First off - I don’t read GQ and I can’t tell you how I even came across the footage

Secondly - this whole critiquing approach is sort of a current trend on YouTube , i generally find the experts , actors, or John and Janes to lack credibility and the critiques are usually satire or poking fun. I’m sure you can understand that the director of these skits is trying to get shock and awe to capture the audiences attention regardless of factual content or critique.

So after having watched this I was pleasantly surprised with the critique being practical - I don’t know the hunter but I’ll tell you I’d sure buy the guy a beer and pick his brain if I could. All the while I was watching and thinking about how many pigs I’ve been unable to locate over the years and thinking - I bet this guy could’ve found them all ...




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Re: A “Professional Hunter” critiques hunting/tracking scenes from Hollywood movies - I actually did learn something watching ... [Re: Pig_Popper] #7715772 01/13/20 12:06 AM
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15:34 talks about dealing with a predator.

Him dealing with a predator...


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Re: A “Professional Hunter” critiques hunting/tracking scenes from Hollywood movies - I actually did learn something watching ... [Re: Pig_Popper] #7715779 01/13/20 12:13 AM
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That’s Steve rinella of meat eater. He has a series on Netflix and is a great from a hunting perspective. It’s not just about hunting it’s about the entirety of hunting (wildlife, cooking, conservation, respect of nature, etc)

He has a few books now, a podcast, and a whole company built around meat eater

Re: A “Professional Hunter” critiques hunting/tracking scenes from Hollywood movies - I actually did learn something watching ... [Re: Pig_Popper] #7715785 01/13/20 12:17 AM
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His program ain't bad.


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Re: A “Professional Hunter” critiques hunting/tracking scenes from Hollywood movies - I actually did learn something watching ... [Re: Pig_Popper] #7715788 01/13/20 12:20 AM
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Also gq has a hold ask the expert series and break down series. They did an eod person about explosions in the movies, a natural disaster one, etc. some of them are interesting

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