The house of Fraser
Andrew Tonkin reveals why his personal favourite among the Scottish gunmakers was Daniel Fraser, and that nobody could beat him when it came to quality.
Just another day in Africa . . .
Cleve Cheney tells how he sank the trails Land Rover when cyclone Domoina hit the Kruger National Park, where his trails camp was based.
John Coleman took his client Max Abramowich on his first kudu hunt and he bagged a magnificent 60-inch kudu bull – pure beginner’s luck!
The cattle killers of Neuhof Kowas
Jacques Strauss shot two cattle-killing leopards in Namibia – an unusual story as the male leopard was blind, so the female hunted for him too.
Getting hunting fit
Mack Skeen tells us how he managed to shed those extra kilos that stood between him and an enjoyable hunt.
11 Gunboxes worth over 500 000 dollars
Ivan Carter explains how hunters’ dollars benefit conservation, ensuring the future of wildlife and remote places worldwide.
Hunting the Zambezi Valley, Zimbabwe, 1964
Owen Connor reminisces about the good old days when the Zambezi Valley was still a wild place that he and his hunting companions could explore.
Seasoned PH Geoff Wainwright guided clients for a sitatunga hunt in Tanzania’s Moyowosi Game Reserve – a hunt that presented them with several challenges.