Value of the game
Human-wildlife conflict is an age-old problem – it is only with the value placed on animals by hunters’ dollars that destruction of wildlife can be abated.
8 x 68S: The pale rider of medium rifles
The 8x68S has a noticeable edge over all the mainstream 300s. Devastatingly effective, flat-shooting and hard-hitting, it remains Charles Loots’ favourite hunting rifle.
The dust in his throat
Aldo Rech took his son on his first buffalo hunt and shares this special experience with our readers.
Hunting lesson for life – The Big Five
The best experience is acquired by dutiful application of the five “Ps” – passion, preparation, patience, perseverance and pride...
Mono-metal bullets and barrel life
With mono-metal bullets becoming more and more popular, Chris Bekker shares some interesting facts about mono-metal bullets and barrel life with us.
Hunting the trophy bushbuck
Benand Els focuses on trophy-judging aspects: measurement methods for Rowland Ward and SCI, age, horn length, photography hints, recovery and trophy care, and much more.
How fast must we move along a trail of an animal that we are tracking? Experienced tracker Colin Patrick explains the finer details.
Gunmaker to Annie Oakley
Firearms expert Andrew Tonkin takes a look at the interesting history of renowned London gunmaker, Charles Lancaster.