Every year Safari Club International pulls out all the stops and offers some of the most sought after and desirable items available for auction. This year is no different. Here are just a few of the high end firearms that will be available at auction during the 2016 SCI Convention Feb. 3-6 in Las Vegas!
Alaskan Magnum ARS Rifle donated by Alaska Glacier Mountain Outfitters, LLC
Verney-Carron SA has donated this AZUR Safari SxS Double chambered in .450-400 Nitro.
CZ USA has donated a CZ 550 Safari Classic in .500 Jeffrey with a Leupold VX-3 Scope.
This is a sample of the Belgian Bolt Action rifle donated by Ernest Dumoulin of Belgium.
Euro Optics Ltd. has donated a Blaser R8 Professional Hunter in your choice of .500 Jeffrey, .458 Lott, .416 Rem. or .375 H&H.
H-S Precision Inc. has donated a Professional Long Range rifle in 6.5×284 Norma.
Legendary Arms Works, LLC has donated a Big Five Rifle in .375 H7H.
MG Arms Inc. is donating an MGA Ultra-Light Rifle in .300 Win. Mag.
John Rigby & Co. is creating and donating the 2nd of the World Heritage Rifle Series, based on a rifle owned by legendary hunter Jim Corbett.
1 Shot Gear has donated a Blaser R8 Professional Hunter in .375 H&H.
After months of anticipation, the World Heritage Rifle is ready to take its place in the pantheon of high end custom rifles. We’ve been following the development of this exquisite rifle during its journey from conception to completion and are proud to unveil the finished product. And the very best part is…this functional piece of firearms art can be yours! It will be auctioned Saturday night at the 2015 SCI Convention in Las Vegas!
John Bolliger Sr. busy checkering the Africa rifle.
Some of the components being used to make the Africa Rifle, first in the World Heritage Rifle Series.
John Sr. & John Jr. Mountain Riflery Inc., reviewing technical drawings of the project.
World Heritage Rifle engraving by Michael W. Dubber. When complete the rifle will be auctioned at the 2015 SCI Convention.
Mike Dubber, Master Engraver, engraving the floor plate of the Africa rifle.
Old World craftsmanship meets modern engraving!
Tom and Joe Julian review the drawings for the credenza.
The World Heritage Africa rifle features a full-maned lion in sculptured 24 carat gold.
Dennis Friedly working on the presentation knife.
The butt plate engraving features a raised and sculpted elephant in 24 carat gold and platinum tusks.
John Bolliger Jr. rust bluing the World Heritage Rifle. The process is time consuming but is much more durable than standard bluing.
Reason No. 10—It’s an experience you can’t afford to miss!
Kick off the new year with four days of excitement, entertainment and education that can only be found in Reno at the Ultimate Hunters’ Market® – The SCI Annual Hunter’s Convention.
It’s the only show of its kind where you can see a unique combination of the latest guns and hunting equipment, outfitters from six continents, world class artists and entertainers all under one roof.
The convention offers a rare opportunity to find that hunt of a lifetime at the price of a lifetime, meet outfitters, face-to-face and mingle with industry experts.
By day, dozens of seminars presented by industry experts and celebrities give you a chance to learn new techniques, enhance your skills and become a better hunter and outdoorsman. Check out the auctions that run both day and night. They feature items ranging from the practical to priceless. At night, socialize with your fellow hunters, celebrate their accomplishments and enjoy top entertainment and speakers.
The total experience is one that is hard to describe, but never forgotten. And, ultimately by coming to Reno, you contribute directly to wildlife conservation worldwide and the preservation of our hunting legacy.