Category Archives: Guns & Hunting

Enjoy exciting hunting stories told by SCI members and read about the latest guns and gear they’re using in the bush.

Hunt Doctors – Recovery From An Eye Injury In Zimbabwe


For the first time in their extensive travels, Lorne and Mary Liechty purchased a Global Rescue membership. For the first time, they needed it. On only his second day in Zimbabwe, Lorne found himself with an eye irritant that felt as if someone had stuck a needle in his eye. Four hours from the nearest medical facility, Mary turned to Global Rescue. Continue reading Hunt Doctors – Recovery From An Eye Injury In Zimbabwe

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You Can Help Wildlife By Returning Tracking Collars Intact


The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is encouraging anyone who finds or harvests an animal with a radio collar or transmitter to return that collar as soon as possible to any Game and Fish office or employee. Continue reading You Can Help Wildlife By Returning Tracking Collars Intact

Hornady ETX Custom International


The EXT has a small hollow point and expansion cavity. It routinely provides upwards of 95 percent weight retention and penetrates deeply with minimal meat damage.

That European riflemakers tend to cut their chambers a little differently from U.S. makers is the impetus behind Hornady’s Extreme Terminal Expansion (ETX) bullet in its Custom International line of ammunition. According to sources, Continue reading Hornady ETX Custom International

Armchair Safari – Elephant Hunting in East Equatorial Africa with Arthur Neumann


Armchair-Safari-book-cover-Neumann-032316Once at El Bogoi, and in spite of being unwell, I could not rest, so went out again, starting early as usual. I met Lesiat, one of my guides, at the foot of a kopje where we had parted the day before. The spoor of a single elephant was crossed not far from camp, but it was not fresh. Farther on we saw what did seem to be fresh spoor of two or three others in dewy grass and returned Continue reading Armchair Safari – Elephant Hunting in East Equatorial Africa with Arthur Neumann