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SCI Members Share Their Success


SCI Members travel the world to pursue their passion for the hunt. Fortunately they also share their successes by documenting them in the SCI Record book, adding to one of the largest compilations of scientific data on species available. Are you documenting your hunting legacy?

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SCI Members Add To Record Book


SCI Members continue to add to the SCI Record Book. One of the most comprehensive catalogs of species and statistics available anywhere. These members are sharing their success and their legacy for future generations. Check out our website and contribute to the Record Book today!

New Records and A New Start


Harold Thompson’s 184-inch buck is officially the new SCI number one Southeastern white-tailed deer with a muzzleloader

Two Tennessee hunters recently harvested new world record Southeastern white-tailed deer with muzzleloaders. Last November, Harold Thompson harvested a 184-inch typical Southeastern white-tailed deer that is now officially the new SCI number one with a Continue reading New Records and A New Start

New DNA Requirement For Roosevelt Sable Taken In Mozambique


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