Everyone knows the annual SCI Convention and Ultimate Sportsmen’s Market is the place to be to bid on the hunt of a lifetime. But there is more to the auctions than just hunts. Continue reading SCI Auctions – More Than Hunts
SCI Members are currently hunting all over the world, and they love to share their successes through their entries in the SCI Record Book. The SCI Record Book is one of the most comprehensive collections of field data on wildlife species world wide. If you haven’t started documenting your hunting legacy, there’s no better time to start than now!
Tom J. shows his potential Top Twenty Overall ranked Iberian red deer that scored 360 6/8
Jose D. with his potential #2 Overall ranked ocellated turkey that scored 42 8/16
Brian B. with his potential Top Twenty Overall ranked black springbok that scored 41
Bruce C. shows his potential Top Ten Overall ranked wapiti (Non-Typical) that scored 572 7/8
Garrett R. shows his potential #3 Overall ranked European fallow deer that scored 263 6/8
Jose M. with his potential Top Ten Overall ranked Eurasian wild boar that scored 22 5/16
Larry B. with his potential Top Ten Overall ranked European roe deer that scored 60 7/8
Morgan B. with his #3 Overall ranked axis deer thaat scored 175 6/8.
Stephanie P. is featured here with her Iberian mouflon that is a potential Top Ten Overall and scores 134 7/8.
Travis H. with his potential Top Twenty Overall ranked Chamois that scored 28.
SCI Members are recording their successful hunts from all over the globe with the help of the SCI Online Record Book. As a result they are documenting their hunting heritage to pass down to their heirs while adding important information to the most comprehensive Record Book in the world with over 180,000 Record Book entries and over 800 species categories.
Here are a few of the successes SCI Members have entered into the SCI Record Book.
C.J. Seibert shows his potential top twenty overall ranked European red deer
Patricia Woods with her potential top ten overall ranked desert mule deer (typical)
Mauricio Javier Llaguno Garza shows his potential top ten overall ranked bontebok
Jay Hunt III shows his potential top twenty overall ranked Livingstone suni
Brittany Boddington with her top twenty overall ranked Angolan or black-faced impala (free range)
Andrey Zaika with his potential top ten overall ranked white springbok
Alejandro Reyes Vasquez with his number 3 overall ranked fallow deer
Alberto Hauser with his potential top twenty overall ranked desert mule deer (typical)
Here are some new SCI Record Book entries sent in by our members after successful hunts from around the globe. The SCI Record Book is a great way to add to one of the largest compilations of data on wildlife species from around the world. It is also a great way to document your hunting heritage for future generations.
Alexandr Kremnev with his number 17th overall ranked Eurasian Lynx
Alexey Klevtsov with his number 16th overall ranked Cookson Wildebeest
Brian Bailey with his number 1 overall ranked Southern White Rhinoceros (Darted)
Cheri Trudell with her number 6th method ranked (Crossbow) European Fallow Deer
Ed Berg shows his number 8th overall ranked Gredos Ibex
Eduardo Franco shows his number 7th overall ranked Multi-Horned Sheep
Eduardo Negrete Godinez shows his number 7th ranked overall Angolan Impala
Patrick Gentil with his #1 overall ranked altai wapiti (non-typical) taken in Kazakhstan. Congratuations to Patrick on his successful hunt.
Joe Jasek with his number 12th overall ranked Southern Mountain Reedbuck