WHAT ABOUT A 9.3?

Caliber .366, the “European .375,” is an effective and versatile option!

The buffalo took the bullet hard but was instantly swallowed by thick trees. He crashed away, then silence, and in a few seconds the mournful death bellow. Sixty cautious yards later we found him down and completely out. Our tracker commented to PH Ben Rautenbach: “I didn’t think he could kill a buffalo with that little rifle!” Continue reading WHAT ABOUT A 9.3?

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Professional Hunter Spotlight – Jono Joseph JWK Safaris

Jono’s passion for Africa, conservation and nature combined with love for the outdoors led him to become a Professional Hunter. Growing up in Southern Africa, he learned about hunting the African Bushveld from his father and uncles. Jono describes himself as a second generation African Bushveld craftsman. His father, a businessman, though an avid hunter, is not a PH. Continue reading Professional Hunter Spotlight – Jono Joseph JWK Safaris

Ultimate Sporting Experience Series Offered At California Wine Country’s Wing & Barrel Ranch

Wing & Barrel Ranch — an exclusive members-only sporting club for the discerning outdoor and wine enthusiast — has announced its new suite of Ultimate Sporting Experience packages that even non-members can enjoy. Continue reading Ultimate Sporting Experience Series Offered At California Wine Country’s Wing & Barrel Ranch

Bowfishing

As a weapon of war and survival, the bow and arrow is one of the oldest, dating back to the Neanderthal, Cro-Magnon eras, 35,000 to 45,000 years ago, respectively.  Today, in America alone, there are over 3.5 million bowhunters, based on records obtained through sales of hunting licenses across the country.  Bowhunting has become a major facet of the sport of archery, out-performing competitive target archery as the most popular form of the sport. Continue reading Bowfishing

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