The Safari Club International Record Book is one of the most comprehensive data bases of wildlife science in existence and it’s thanks to our members who continue to increase our knowledge of wildlife from around the globe. Help expand our data base and document your hunting legacy! Here are some SCI members who have recently added to their own personal hunting heritage.
Sherry L. with her Mid-Western white-tailed deer (non-typical) that scored 378 5/8 and is ranked number 10 Overall
Tom J. shows his Ronda ibex which scored 80 7/8 and currently ranks number 7 Overall
Viacheslav G. with his Mideastern brown bear which scored 22 9/16 and currently ranks number 8 Overall
Gary L. with his mountain caribou which scored 481 5/8 and still ranks number 9 Overall since he first had it entered into the Record Book in 1982
Jaycee C. with his Southeastern Spanish ibex that scored 95 3/8 and currently ranks number 9 Overall
– Jay L. is featured here with his red river hog that scores 25 15/16 and is ranked number 1 Overall
Amadeo A. shows his Bezoar ibex that scored 134 3/8 and is currently ranked number 1 Overall
Mark W. shows his European white red deer that scored 238 3/8 and is currently ranked number 8 Overall
Donna G. with her Gould’s wild turkey that currently ranks number 14 Overall and scored 41 2/16
Once again SCI members are sharing their successful hunts from all over the globe. The data they provide in their Record Book entries helps compile one of the largest databases of information on sustainable species in the world. Document your hunting legacy and add to the vast information available in the SCI Record Book.
Armando K. with his potential Top Ten Overall ranked Mexican Central Plateau White-tailed Deer (non-typical) (free range) that scored 123 3/8
Brandon C. with his #2 Overall ranked European Red Deer (free range) that scored 235 6/8
C. Brendel with his #3 Overall ranked East African Sitatunga that scored 77 5/8
Evgeny S. with his potential Top Ten Overall ranked Central European Mouflon that scored 110 6/8
Guy M. shows his potential Top Ten Overall ranked Eastern Wild Turkey (non-typical) that scored 122 6/16
Katrina U. is featured here with her Copper Springbok that is a potential Top Twenty Overall and scores 38 7/8.
Renee S. with her potential Top Ten Overall ranked Wood Bison that scored 59 2/8
Shawn D. shows his potential Top Twenty Overall ranked Coues White-tailed Deer (non-typical) (free range) that scored 142
Vladislav R. shows his potential Top Ten Overall ranked Hybrid Ibex (Europe) (free range) that scored 55 4/8
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.
Alexander E. shows his potential #5 Overall ranked kri-kri ibex (Indigenous) that scored 78 2/8
Khalid S. with his potential Top Ten Overall ranked sand gazelle that scored 33 7/8
Angus M. with his potential Top Ten Overall ranked eastern Canada moose that scored 476 7/8
Rosemary S.shows her Continental (Inland) black bear taken in California.
George C. with his potential Top Twenty Overall ranked copper springbok that scored 39 4/8
Mike C. is featured here with his capybara that is a potential Top Twenty Overall and scores 15 14/16.
Eldar A. with his potential #1 Overall ranked Caucasian chamois that scored 27 6/8
Andres R. shows his potential Top Ten ranked Mexican Texanus white-tailed Deer (Non-Typical) that scored 192
Sergey D. with his potential Top Twenty Overall ranked Jackson hartebeest that scored 66 5/8
SCI members are proud of who they are and what they do and they show that pride every time they submit a new entry into the SCI Record Book, one of the most comprehensive wildlife databases in the world. With that in mind, here are few members who are determined to share and preserve their hunting legacy for future generations.
Vladislav Reznik with his potential Top Ten Overall ranked Pacific Walrus (ASIA)
Robert Kepp Jr. shows his potential Top Twenty ranked Kamchatka Brown Bear
Manel Jane with his potential Top Twenty Overall ranked Beceite Ibex
Megan Fonte is featured here with her Multi-horned Sheep that is the potential #1 Overall and scores 117. Congratulations Megan Fonte for your successful hunt in Ireland.
Claus Peter Skov with his potential Top Ten Overall ranked Koryak Snow Sheep
Duane R. with his potential Top Twenty Overall ranked Southeastern White-tailed Deer (Non-Typical)
Flavio Santos Urteaga shows his potential Top Ten Overall ranked Mexican Pacific Coast White-tailed Deer (Typical)
Tom Arthur with his potential Top Twenty Overall ranked Roosevelt Elk or Wapiti (Non Typical)
Jose Dovalina shows his potential Top Twenty Overall ranked Gould’s Wild Turkey