Endless Pursuit hunting podcast

Listen: Sporting Shooter and the Endless Pursuit

Sporting Shooter editor Mick Matheson features on the latest episode of hunting podcast The Endless Pursuit, a local production that delves into Australia’s hunting heritage and culture.

Ben Unten, another Aussie gun writer, appears alongside him with hosts Dodge, Matt and Kyle in a podcast full of laughs and anecdotes.

They discuss the future of shooting and hunting magazines, memorable hunting experiences, travelling with firearms and share a few hunting stories along the way focusing on how many kudu Ben’s grandma has shot!

Ben’s adventures and his sense of humour steal the show, and for better or worse he was given free rein by the hosts, who sometimes may have wondered what they’d got themselves into.

You’ll probably pick up some good knowledge about safe storage regulations, travelling with firearms, crutch rot and how to spell segway … or is it segue?

The crew talks in depth about eating various game meats, including donkey, and how to cook it.

And of course you’ll hear about what goes on in the production of this website and Sporting Shooter magazine.

This is the seventh episode of The Endless Pursuit, which has covered a range of different topics, from a vet’s explanation of foot and mouth disease to calling in emus.

The hosts have a wide range of hunting and shooting experience, too, from near-novice to international hunting guide, and it makes the discussions that much more interesting and relevant.

Tune in here on Spotify or whichever podcast platform you prefer.




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Mick Matheson

Mick grew up with guns and journalism, and has included both in his career. A life-long hunter, he has long-distant military experience and holds licence categories A, B and H. In the glory days of print media, he edited six national magazines in total, and has written about, photographed and filmed firearms and hunting for more than 15 years.