Dynamic and Realistic Hunter’s Training

Hunting can be a lot of fun, but just like fishing there can be hours and hours of waiting for absolutely nothing. Then suddenly there’s more adrenaline (and possibly danger depending on what you’re hunting) that you can dream of. All over in a split second.

This is difficult to train. Normally you would be at your standard shooting range without any natural obstacles, but these guys in Sweden have set up a dynamic range in the forest, with moving and reactive targets and live ammunition.


This training is unlike anything I’ve ever seen before, looks more like action and 3Gun/dynamic shooting which is not a bad thing. I think it’s great news that hunters and shooters have – and take – the possibility to train like this.



The video is from a Swedish company called ND Jakt & Skytte. The video takes a while to build up, but worth the time.

Notice the difference in recoil, time on target etc.on bolt-action vs. semi-autos.

Here’s a live example of that moment…

A wild boar, but where is it?              Surprise!!!

Eric B

Ex-Arctic Ranger. Competitive practical shooter and hunter with an European focus. Always ready to increase my collection of modern semi-automatic firearms, optics and sound suppressors. Owning the night would be nice too.


  • BobinMI

    Damn that looks like fun. A couple of those boys really know how to run a bolt gun.

  • Anton Gray Basson

    Thats way more interesting than the PH/ FGASA trails guide shoot we do in South Africa for dangerous game.

  • TVOrZ6dw

    That 2nd video with the wild boar is incredible!
    Note to self- bring extra underwear to next boar hunt.

  • santi

    Wow, I hope to see this in the states someday. Preferably Michigan.

  • USMC03Vet

    Although it wasn’t a complete 360 no scope headhsot that was still damn impressive.

  • Tritro29

    Or simply go watch the Revenant!

  • Quasimofo

    The vids remind me that I need to pull the trigger (figuratively) on that BLR I’ve been eyeing. My bolt gun not well-suited for the typical hunting that I do in Pennsylvania, and the PGC doesn’t allow semiauto rifles for hunting, because Fudds. And I’m not exactly flush with Blaser cash…