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For those who have not been to a training weekend the following outlines what you will need
to bring and what is provided by CWM. Typically members arrive on the Friday night and
leave on the Sunday morning.



  • Toilets,
  • Grassy camping area with a great view,
  • Gas BBQ,
  • Water (rain water),
  • You will need to be self-sufficient with your camping gear and food.

Things to bring

Firearms: If you do not have a shotgun or rim-fire rifle, just bring ammunition as other members are happy to loan their firearms.

  • Minimum of two boxes 7 ½ shotgun shells per person
  • Minimum of 50 rounds 22 rim-fire
  • Minimum of 30 rounds centre-fire.

Clothing: Appropriate for range and hunting activities, including the clothing you will be using on CWM activities (NO CAMO). This is a good time to try out new gear before you are on an activity miles out in the bush.

Typical bush gear will include:

  • Hat (broad brimmed)
  • Long pants
  • Long sleeve shirt
  • Walking boots

Backpack including:

  • UHF radio (minimum 1W, preferably 5W) with spare batteries
  • First aid kit
  • Equipment to prepare food and eat with
  • Water – if you do not like rain water
  • Knife – for skinning and gutting
  • Knife – utility
  • Torch (Night time hunting activities may be arranged)
  • GPS and spare batteries – for those who get lost

Food: BYO all your food - from tin food to BBQ meat, we will cater for the vegetarians with fresh rabbit or hare. We usually stop for a lunch break to give people a chance to get to know each other. Dinner time is many laughs around the campfire.

Anything else you may feel comfortable with – good luck charm, ex-wife/husband, and sense of humour …

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