‘Like a Ferrari, you don’t need it’: New Zealanders set to turn in guns

Noel Womersley, from Canterbury Homekill butchery, poses with his Sako 85 hunting rifle at his farm outside Christchurch, New Zealand March 28, 2019. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

CHRISTCHURCH (Reuters) – The pre-dawn quiet of New Zealand’s South Island is shattered by the crack of a bullet from Noel Womersley’s Finnish Tikka T3 rifle, followed by the shot thudding into the skull of a cow he is targeting, one of three. For 14 years Womersley has worked at “home kill,” shooting beasts for […]

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