Members of Safari Club International love to hunt and are proud of their accomplishments. These SCI members are listing their successes in the SCI Record Book, to help create an ongoing legacy.
Eduardo Negrete Franco with his potential number 8 overall kennion gazelle.
Khalid Sultan Al Saud shows his potential number 5 barasingha.
Richard Sand with his number 11 overall Mid-Asian ibex.
Konstantin Popov with his potential number 2 overall Chinese roe deer.
Mikhail Samovarov with his number 3 overall Gobi Argali.
Ashley Vicars Blowers is featured here with her Arapawa Sheep that is a potential overall rank #7 and scores 142 2/8. Congratulations to Ashley for her successful hunt in New Zealand! We appreciate Ashley documenting her hunting heritage with SCI and adding to our valuable collection of scientific data. In addition, the funds raised by SCI Record Book directly aids in protecting your freedom to hunt.
Thomas Lemmerholz with his number 10 overall Tatra chamois.
Charles Butler shows his number 2 overall Western African kob.
Vladislav Reznik shows his number 7 overall Sulaiman markhor.
The show floor of the SCI Convention is a treasure trove of classic, custom and hard to find items from all over the world. Not the least of which are some of the most beautiful pieces of functional art in existence. These firearms represent the craft and artistry of some of the most talented makers in the world!
The opening night banquet and awards was a night of triumph and happy tears. SCI President Larry Higgins welcomed the attendees and reminded them of the importance of the SCI mission. Sue Hankner was recognized for a lifetime of tireless service to SCI Foundation/Sables Education programs and Membership & Chapter Development Committee Co-Chairs Sherry Maddox and Don Detwiler presented the Chapter Publications awards.