Editor’s note: On Friday, we comb through the archives and revisit an adventure from an earlier time. This week, we take a trip to the Republic of Tuva circa 1989 and follow one of the first western hunters in the area for decades. This story originally appeared in the July/August 1990 issue of Safari Magazine. Enjoy!
The Republic of Tuva is formed by fertile valleys and alpine grasslands. With its unique mountain taiga and rough steppes, it is a country of extremes. It suffers under the summer wind and heat up to 122 degrees Fahrenheit, and in the winter temperatures fall to -52 degrees. In the north they have caribou, in the south travels the camel – not even 200 miles apart from each other. Continue reading
Hundreds of pairs of eyes glassing with a clarity and definition rivaling the finest German optics kept vigilant watch over the herd of wily free-range aoudad sheep. My hunting partner, Wayne van Zwoll, and I had spotted the challenging quarry from a mile or more away and attempted a stalk, keeping the wind in our face and the sun at our back. But the slight “clink” from a loose Continue reading
Hunting large and dangerous game requires confidence in your load and Hornady is one of the leaders in helping hunters get the most out of their classic big bore cartridges.
Register for this important seminar at the SCI Convention in Las Vegas and join the Hornady team and guest speaker Ivan Carter, as they explore the techniques and benefits of handloading for the large caliber hunter.
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Tucson Arizona – Boyt Harness Company has once again shown its support of Safari Club International with the renewal of its corporate sponsorship. Being an SCI Corporate Sponsor demonstrates a company’s increased commitment to SCI’s leadership in protecting the rights of hunters around the world. Continue reading