Score matters…but so do age and experience.
The actual experience of hunting a Cape buffalo does not depend on the size of the trophy. As with Zimbabwe’s tuskless elephant hunting, in areas where buffalo are overpopulated and female buffalo are on license, the hunt for a Continue reading
Editor’s Note: On Friday we search through the extensive Safari Magazine archives and bring you a story from the past. This week we join Don Myers on a handgun hunt for a majestic bull elk in 1991. This story originally ran in the March/April 1994 issue of Safari Magazine.
The air had something extra in it that morning as we topped the ridge overlooking Cotton Mesa Valley. It was crystal clear, clean and charged with electricity and the smell of pine Continue reading
Hornady is once again on the cutting edge of ammunition development and are unveiling some new offerings specifically designed for hog hunting and smoothbore shotgun deer hunters.
Hornady’s new American Whitetail slug will turn your smoothbore shotgun into a deer hunting machine! The renowned ammo manufacturer has spent a great deal of time and research into designing and perfecting an accurate and deadly slug for shotgun hunters.
The new American Whitetail Rifled Slugs are a 1-ounce hollow point style featuring a lead alloy core and a compression style wad that protects the slug at ignition and helps seal the bore for maximum velocity. Slugs are loaded to 1,600 feet per second.
The Hornady Full Boar Rifle ammunition is designed for deep penetration and weight retention when going after the toughest game. The Full Boar loads feature monolithic copper alloy bullets for controlled expansion and 95%+ weight retention.
The new Full Boar ammo is available in calibers from .223 Rem. to .300 Win. Mag and is designed to work flawlessly in all guns, including ARs and other semi-autos.
It was late afternoon. Suddenly the baboons started jabbering, and a young giraffe near the bait vanished. Hassanali Ladak, my PH whispered to me, “The lion is very near.
At the 2010 SCI Convention in Reno, Hilary of Hilary Daffi Safaris, informed me he was in the process of acquiring a new concession in the Selous and that I needed to hunt his new area as soon as possible. This particular concession had not been hunted for a while, and I would be one of only a few hunters going on a pioneering adventure. I had had such a good time on my previous hunt that I found myself booking for the following September. Continue reading