Top 5 Dangerous Game Cartridges Lead

Top 5 Dangerous Game Cartridges

Each shooter’s recoil tolerance level is different, and some people appreciate flexibility over specific application, but these five cartridges will cleanly take any dangerous-game animal on earth.

7 Tips for Hunting Dangerous Game

Follow these tips to prevent your dream hunt from turning into a nightmare.

Introducing Swift High Grade

Big-game hunters seeking Swift Bullets in factory-loaded cartridges got a boost earlier this month with the formal unveiling of Swift High Grade Ammunition. Rather than relying on component sales or other ammo makers loading its projectiles, Swift wants to ensure that ready supply is there to meet demand for factory rounds bearing A-Frame, Scirocco II and new Break-Away Solid projectiles.

Behind the Bullet: .404 Jeffery

Why would a dangerous game hunter choose a .404 Jeffery over a .416 or a .375 H&H? Well, because it’s really cool. Let Philip Massaro explain.

How to Choose a Buffalo Rifle

What's "enough gun" for a Cape buffalo? Rifle and bullet technology is always changing, and what we considered gospel 40 years ago may need to be revisited.

Dangerous Game Sights

Out there at binocular distances, none of Africa’s game is dangerous. Stalk close and use your sights the way they were intended.

Top 5 Dangerous Game Loads

Dangerous game varies in species, size, and tenacity, but regardless of whether it’s a grizzly in a willow thicket, a Cape buffalo in the jesse bush, or an elephant at a distance you measure in feet instead of yards, the requirement may be different. Here are five options worth considering.

Escapism Gone Wild: One Man's Obsession With Dangerous Game

If you’ve ever wondered what draws those audacious few to seek out game that can kill them, the author said it best: Most hunters talk of great days. The dangerous-game hunter speaks of great moments.

Hardware: Buffalo Bore Dangerous Game Ammunition

Spare yourself the headache, heartache and potential dismemberment, and opt for terminal goodness in the form of Buffalo Bore’s Dangerous Game ammo.

Watch: Campers Wake Up to Lions Licking Tent

When you go camping, you're putting yourself smack dab in the middle of nature. When you go camping in Africa, that nature is often full of some of the world's largest, most dangerous critters. A few sightseers in Africa's Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park recently had the wake-up call of a lifetime, courtesy of a couple of the aforementioned critters.

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