There are nearly one million hunters in Australia and between them they own nearly three-and-a-half million guns. Are hunters “blood-thirsty, serial-killing, gun nuts”? Or are they outdoors people with a deep, abiding love for the bush who help keep wildlife in check and eradicate pests?
20 Aug 2014 - 11:26 AM  UPDATED 27 Oct 2014 - 4:25 PM

Steve owns nearly three hundred guns. He thinks animals have a right to life and humans have the right to shoot them. He has shot seventy pigs in one day. Felicity is a vegan and an animal liberationist. She is so committed to the cause she even lives at Animal Liberation Victoria’s headquarters. This is where Steve spends the first half of the experiment, going on a duck hunting protest and meeting animals Felicity has ‘liberated’ from battery farms. The second half of the experiment takes place at Steve’s in central western NSW where Felicity goes on her first-ever pig hunt with Robert Borsak, head of the NSW Shooters and Fishers Party.

8.30pm Wednesday, 8 October on SBS ONE
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