My wife’s new Swift bullets Kimber Adirondack combo is swift and deadly for all the reasons hunters care about — field proficiency. Chambered for the short-action 7mm-08 Remington and spitting 150-grain Swift Sciroccos, this rig is light, short, fast and deadly. Darn near … [Read more...] about Swift Bullets Kimber Adirondack — Ideal Hunting Rig
Fear of flying doubles when your flying partner is your favorite hunting rifle. But relax. Flying firearms to Africa is easier than you might imagine. Flying Firearms Warning! WARNING: This is no "fluff and stuff" blog. It's an in-depth, informative report designed to help … [Read more...] about Best Tips: Flying Firearms to Africa
One of the easiest tasks in preparing for an African safari is selecting clothing. This is Africa, not Alaska. The best Africa safari clothing does not require massive insulation and rain proofing -- although a little doesn't hurt. And a bunch of it often saves the day. Of … [Read more...] about Best Africa Safari Clothing
Tough. Durable. Consistent. That’s what you want in an Africa hunting scope. Despite our best technology -- HD glass, illuminated reticles, ballistic reticles, dial turrets, parallax adjustment dials and 8X zoom ranges -- a riflescope is really just a front sight. Yes, it is … [Read more...] about Best Africa Hunting Scope
Dream datess are often expensive. Your African dream safari doesn't have to be. It's actually less expensive to hunt big game in Africa than in North America IF you plan a safari for less. We are going to show you how to do just that in a series of in-depth articles right here on … [Read more...] about How To Plan Africa Safari for Less $
Hunting mountain goats for trophy horns rather misses the point. The hunt, not the horns, is the trophy. Mountain goat country is land seldom seen and rarely touched, the earth’s bedrock stood on end and crumbling under the relentless pressure of gravity and ice far from the … [Read more...] about Mountain Goat Hunt: Photo Essay
So you want to be a wildlife photographer? Why? If it’s to fund an outdoor lifestyle or make a living, think again. It it’s to get your money’s worth out of life, to thoroughly enjoy the beautiful natural world you’re a citizen of, more power to you. Go for it! Some 40 … [Read more...] about Why Be a Wildlife Photographer?
Eider hunting is similar to mallard hunting — only different. With both species you set out decoys, hide and wait for shots. There the similarities end. You set up in salt water bays for eiders and don’t call to them. They don’t circle, bank, drop, rise or … [Read more...] about Eider Hunting is Different