Safari Club International is pleased to announce the renewal of TrackingPoint as a corporate sponsor. Recognizing SCI’s international standing and stellar reputation, TrackingPoint has aligned with SCI to support its mission at home and abroad.
“Our corporate partners are an integral part of SCI’s success,” said Phil DeLone, CEO of Safari Club International. “That’s why we are so pleased that TrackingPoint has renewed their corporate sponsorship with us. Their innovative business model and dedication to protecting our right to hunt, coincides with the SCI mission to preserve that heritage and fight for conservation world wide.”
“TrackingPoint is proud to share the same ideals and commitment to the preservation of our hunting heritage around the world,” said TrackingPoint representative Anson Gordon. “It is more important than ever to ensure our rights now, and for future generations.”
TrackingPoint specializes in producing precision-guided firearms. Their applied technologies are changing the face of the firearms industry.
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
As passionate and dedicated hunters, we know that the best trophies are also the the hardest to find and usually in areas that are tough to navigate. If you are a professional guide or outfitter, you know that rough and remote terrain can be a danger to your clients when medical problems or serious injuries occur.
Join us at the 2015 SCI Convention for this important and informative seminar. Dr. William Mealer covers a wide range of topics and medical issues that may arise on the hunt, including altitude sickness, heat stroke or heat exhaustion, pulmonary edemas, hypothermia, frostbite, animal bites and more! This seminar is a must for anyone who spends time in the rugged and remote areas of the world. Register today for this and all the seminars at the 2015 SCI Convention, before all the seats are gone!
It isn’t difficult making excuses to go back to Africa. Smart guys will just go, because no matter exactly where you go or what you hunt, as Peter Capstick told us, “An African safari is the greatest adventure remaining on Earth.” Yes, but all too many of we crazy hunters, including me, set these absurd goals for ourselves. We want it all. I wanted a serval–that beautifully-spotted, short-tailed, lynx-sized cat that is so widespread…and yet so elusive. Continue reading