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A fowl has found its way to the Layton Lake District, and Doc’s Outfitters have stocked up with new equipment to best hunt these Mallards.
The perfect companion for a hunter with a full day planned, the 20GA Semi-auto is a versatile arm for a demanding shooter. The Nordin 20SA expertly regulates gas pressure for reliability and fantastic handling on all of its loads. Autoloading action, paired with a 3 shell capacity, ensures several shots on target, maximizing the yield from any hunt. Be it small to medium sized-game, upland game or waterfowl.
All previously released 20-gauge shotgun ammo is compatible with the Nordin 20SA, along with one new ammunition type specifically designed to hunt ducks (the 20GA Steel Birdshot, read more below).
20GA Steel Birdshot
Lead-free, non-toxic ammunition, tested and adhering to all local and overseas hunting restrictions, while still designed to be ideal for bird hunting.
The Nordin 20SA can be found in three different color variations: Serviceman, Clandestine and Artisan.
These stunningly lifelike and handcrafted Mallard Decoys come in two variations: Drake and Hen. Providing the impression of a lush, fertile and safe feeding zone, these full-body decoy will trick even the most cautious of Mallards, causing them to break formation and land close by.
The perfect blind for hunting Mallards close to the lakeshore. When deployed, it allows the hunter to blend in better with the surrounding scenery, while still retaining a high degree of mobility and freedom to aim.
- OS: 64bit OS – Windows 7
- Processor: Intel i3-4170
- Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 660 / ATI HD7870 – 1GB VRAM
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Greetings fellow hunting comrades! As i love our game to the bone i quite can’t understand how to see score/stats of trophies which i placed in Trophy Lodge manor. I hope taht feautre will be added soon if it is missing as without it’s rather pointless t…
As you might have noticed, the 2019 Edition Bundle has been removed today.
As with previous sales, we decrease the discount of the 2019 Edition during sales as the discounts are automatically taken into account. Due to an error, this was not the case and the amount of the discount was wrong, during Steam’s Midweek Madness that started yesterday. Anyone who purchased the 2019 Edition during that time will of course keep it. However, we have to change the discount on the 2019 Edition, as it was incorrect.
These changes have been completed and the 2019 Edition should be available for purchase again, with a smaller discount. We apologise for the inconvenience and hope that the price point is still attractive.
We just released a small patch to address issues that some of you are experiencing regarding vegetation or visual assets not loading correctly.
We continue to read your feedback, look at your amazing Trophy Lodges and keep working on fixing issues and improving the game.
I like the slow pace, the nice scenery and I’ve gotten pretty good at it. Overall this game is fun but there are some things that you should know before you buy it.
1) There’s a shed load of DLC. You can see that before you buy it. Don’t buy it and then leave a negative review saying there is loads of DLC. Obviously this is a niche genre, they want to make it good, but that means they are going to rinse the people who buy it.
2) It is a bit glitchy. Not game breakingly awful, but it does do things that are weird. Stuck animals, every single time you look at the map it takes your sight off your gun (that’s a new and very irritating bug), sometimes animal footprints are in the trees – its not perfect but you can put up with these bugs.
3) The latest weapon pack kind of made the game a bit too easy. Those guns are just too good at killing. Shots that you know in the past would have lead to an injured animal, kill them.
4) This game works the opposite way to other games. It starts off very hard, and as your character gets better weapons and skills, it gets much easier. I don’t know why they thought that was a good idea. By the time your get as far as I am into the game, you can kill a moose from 400 yards with a peashooter.
But mostly its a walk in the park simulator. Occasionally you stumble upon an animal, whip your gun out, blow its guts out, and then continue with your nice little walk. Good clean family fun.
So the game is about shooting every animal you see with the weakest possible weapon you can take it down with. Eventually you will get to a phase where you are going around looking for trophy animals to add to your collection. And then you look at the weapon choices. While they have most of the basics down, they really missed an opportunity to have a wide range of guns. They could easily have 4 or 5 times the varity.
So I decided to get back into this game ( I hadnt played that much yet so Im still using the .243) and I found a moose and got a vital hit on it, nice I thought since it was still up and running I shot again and hit it again but not vital this time. 20 m…
I bought 4 or 5 of the dCLs on Steam and they say they are in my library and they seem to be , but when i load the game i got nothing? can’t get a refund because i’ve played it since but without any DCLs No weapons packs were used just got a 243? anyone …
Whenever im in-game playing either driving on the atv or tryina just play the game my game randomly out of nowhere closes out and sends me to desktop please help kinda frustrating….
Instead of releasing new content and DLC, why not focus on fixing the amount of bugs that the game has? and then take out the new content, it’s like starting the house on the roof.