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.
Document your personal hunting history within the pages of the SCI Record Book!
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.
Mikhail Samovarov shows his potential number 5 overall Iberian mouflon
Chris A. Dianda shows his potential number 1 overall Gobi argali.
Herman Wiedner with his potential number 15 overall Eurasian wild boar.
Craig Willis with his potential number 6 overall Chukotka snow sheep.
Brian Brockette with his potential number 10 overall copper springbok.
Thomas Kreiner and his potential number 1 overall Bukharan markhor.
Robert P. Braubach shows his number 1 overall Southern mountain reedbuck
Khalid Sultan Al Saud with his potential number 6 overall wapiti or maral (Europe) (non-typical)
The SCI Record Book is a perfect way to document your adventures and provide a lasting legacy of your hunting heritage. Our members are constantly striving to reach for that next goal and share it with other SCI members. If you haven’t sent in an entry for your hunts, either current or past, there’s no better time than right now!
Alejandro Reyes Vasquez – shown with a Mexican Central Plateau whitetail deer from Zacatecas, Mexico. It scored 112 which is the new Number 8 overall!
Gorge Brown with his southern greater kudu from Botswana. This kudu had over 63″ horns! WOW, now that’s a trophy!
Jim Shockey with his potential Top Twenty free range European mouflon harvested in South America with Juan Taccari of Villa Hermosa.
Alexander Egorov shown with the Bukharan markhor he harvested in Tajikistan, Dashti-Djum. This is the new potential Number 5 overall.
Jay Link with his Chukotka snow sheep harvested in Russia. It scores 137 5/8″.
Sergey Datsenko with an iconic photo of the South African springbok harvested with Chapungu Safaris. It scores 35 3/8″.
Ed Berg with his Gredos ibex from Spain harvested with Fernando Saiz-Spain. This is the new Number 8 overall trophy
Editor’s Note: Several of the top ten are absent from this gallery as the listings had no photograph to accompany them. Stats for the ranking moose not listed here can be found in the SCI Online Record Book.
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