When most hunters think of Saskatchewan, visions of big-bodied, heavy-racked whitetails go prancing through their heads. While the No. 1 typical whitetail of all time, the 213 5/8-inch Milo Hanson buck, indeed hails from Saskatchewan, this province to the north of Montana and North Dakota more than holds its own when it comes to producing record-book-quality black bears.
Editorial Director John Zent recently had the opportunity to join CVA Muzzleloaders in Mozambique to hunt one of the Dark Continent's most dangerous residents—the Cape buffalo—with a blackpowder rifle. You can get an inside look at his trip with this gallery.