The Record Book Committee has concluded that for certain species such as the Roosevelt sable in the Niassa Province of Mozambique and new species such as Johnstone’s impala (which has not been added to a new category yet), DNA verification will be required by Continue reading New DNA Requirement For Roosevelt Sable Taken In Mozambique
The Record Book Department would like to congratulate two hunters from Tennessee for harvesting two potential Top Ten Southeastern white-tailed deer during the 2016 fall hunting season in Sumner County, Tennessee! Continue reading Two New Potential Top Ten Southeastern White-Tailed Deer
SCI Members love to share their passion and successes with fellow hunters. Here are some of the most recent entries in the ever-expanding SCI Record Book.
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Khalid Sultan Al Saud shows his potential number 6 overall non-typical Japanese sika deer hunted in Europe.
Brad Allen with his potential number 20 overall water deer.
Giancarlo Boienti with his number 7 overall Himalayan blue sheep.
Alexandr Kremnev and his potential number 12 overall Eurasian lynx.
John Lomonaco with his potential number 1 overall Bukharan Markhor.
Tony Loop is featured here with his Mexican desert bighorn sheep that ranks number 1 hunted with a bow and scores 187 5/8. Congratulations to Tony for his successful hunt in Arizona!
Dennis Schemmel shows his potential number 8 overall Banteng.
Yriy Vasiliev with his potential number 3 overall Siberian roe deer.
Herbert C. Williamson shows his number 1 overall European red deer.
SCI Members are proud of their hunts and proud to share them with fellow members. Here are a few of the latest entries into the SCI Record Book.
Robert P. Braubach shows his number 1 overall Southern mountain reedbuck
Brian Brockette with his potential number 10 overall copper springbok.
Thomas Kreiner and his potential number 1 overall Bukharan markhor.
Herman Wiedner with his potential number 15 overall Eurasian wild boar.
Khalid Sultan Al Saud with his potential number 6 overall wapiti or maral (Europe) (non-typical)
Mikhail Samovarov shows his potential number 5 overall Iberian mouflon
Chris A. Dianda shows his potential number 1 overall Gobi argali.
Craig Willis with his potential number 6 overall Chukotka snow sheep.