SCI Members continue to document their successes in the SCI Record Book rapidly becoming one of the largest repositories of willdlife data available anywhere. Not only are these hunters proudly displaying their Hunter Pride, they are documenting their legacy for future generations of hunters.
Mike Crawford is featured here with his capybara that is a potential Top Twenty Overall and scores 15 14/16.
Eldar Arifullin with his potential #1 Overall ranked Caucasian chamois that scored 27 6/8
Andres Juarez Rodriguez shows his potential Top Ten ranked Mexican Texanus white-tailed Deer (Non-Typical) that scored 192
Alexander Egorov shows his potential #5 Overall ranked kri-kri ibex (Indigenous) that scored 78 2/8
Khalid Sultan Al Saud with his potential Top Ten Overall ranked sand gazelle that scored 33 7/8
Sergey Datsenko with his potential Top Twenty Overall ranked Jackson hartebeest that scored 66 5/8
Angus McKenzie with his potential Top Ten Overall ranked eastern Canada moose that scored 476 7/8
Rosemary Smith shows her Continental (Inland) black bear taken in California.
George Clark with his potential Top Twenty Overall ranked copper springbok that scored 39 4/8