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The National Bow Hunting Association has issued a statement on behalf of the Bow Hunting Industry Association, in response to recent comments made by the CEO of Bow Hunting International.

“Bow hunting is an industry that is thriving in South Africa and the rest of South Africa.

“We wish him well for his future endeavours and look forward to working with him to achieve a sustainable and sustainable industry in South African sport. “

“In the coming weeks, we will be releasing additional information about Bow Hunting and will be taking the time to engage with the industry to understand their views and concerns. “

“At this time, Bow Hunting is not currently in the position of being forced to accept any additional fees, nor do we feel that we are in a position to accept more than we have already received from our customers.” “

Bow Hunting has become increasingly popular in South Australia in recent years, with bow hunters regularly visiting the country for the sport. “

At this time, Bow Hunting is not currently in the position of being forced to accept any additional fees, nor do we feel that we are in a position to accept more than we have already received from our customers.”

Bow Hunting has become increasingly popular in South Australia in recent years, with bow hunters regularly visiting the country for the sport.

However, Bow Hunter’s association has long criticised the sport, with many pointing to the association’s failure to take action on bow hunting licensing. 

“The industry needs to work together to make sure Bow Hunting remains a viable industry in this country,” the statement read.

“This is an area that has always been difficult to deal with and that is why we have consistently made it a priority.

Bow Hunting was always an industry in our own backyard, and we would like nothing more than for the industry that supports it to be recognised as an industry.” “

To date, Bow Hunters have received little to no support from the NHA.

Bow Hunting was always an industry in our own backyard, and we would like nothing more than for the industry that supports it to be recognised as an industry.”

South Africa has one of the world’s highest rates of bow hunting.

The NHA estimates that around 20,000 bows were harvested last year, with an estimated 100,000 of those harvested in South East Africa.

Bow hunting’s popularity has increased in South America, where it is estimated that the industry employs around 20 per cent of the population.

“The NHB is working with the NHB to address this issue,” the organisation’s statement read, “and is hopeful that the NHTB will act quickly and act on these comments, before the bow hunting industry in SA is at risk of losing its way.

A representative from Bow Hunter International was unable to be contacted for comment.

BOW HUNTING IS LEGAL IN SA Bow Hunter International is the world leading producer of bowhunting equipment and accessories, and is responsible for a vast number of bow hunters in South Asia and the Pacific.

In South Africa, bow hunting is legal.

However, the National Council of the Anglosphere and Oceans (NCO) is a body of experts, including representatives from the international fishing industry, that are concerned about the legality of bow hunt.

This article originally appeared on The Independent on Saturday (March 25).”

We are deeply concerned that bow hunting in South Korea, Japan and other Asian countries is currently unregulated and unregulated and we are also concerned about its impact on the bow hunt industry in these countries,” the NCO said in a statement.

This article originally appeared on The Independent on Saturday (March 25).