5 Species to Pursue in the Offseason
For most hunters, the end of deer season ushers in the offseason blues. But those ambitious enough to dig a bit can find plenty of game to pursue until next fall. Here are five species to keep us all occupied.
SCI Opposes Passage of Section 436 of Interior Appropriations Bill
Safari Club International (SCI) strongly opposes the inclusion of Section 436 in the Interior, Environment and Related Agencies Appropriations Act 2022. If signed into law, Section 436 would ban the importation of sport hunted elephants or lions from Tanzania, Zimbabwe, or Zambia.
European Hunters Score Victory in EU
The European Parliament voted favorably on Amendment 24 to the EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030, modifying language that could have been used to ban the trade and import of wildlife species legally hunted in Africa and elsewhere outside of the EU.
5 Great Budget-Friendly Spring Hunts
A year of lockdown has everyone ready to hit the field, but the good news is you don’t have to wait until fall. Here are five hunts you can enjoy this spring without breaking the bank.
#SundayGunday: Magnum Research BFR
Get a closer look at the Magnum Research BFR, the latest addition to our #SundayGunday series.
Video: Hunters as Conservationists in Africa
The monies hunters spend and the controlled management of the game they take help many African species thrive.
Plains Game Getter: Magnum Research BFR .454 Casull
A handgun that seems almost purpose-built for hunting plains game in South Africa.
African Game Meat: What Happens After the Shot?
Contributor Philip Massaro discusses common misconceptions about what happens to the meat from African trophies harvested by hunters. We assure you, nothing goes to waste in Africa, especially not meat.
Botswana Removes Hunting Ban
On May 23, after a five-year ban, the Botswana government officially lifted the country’s indefinite moratorium on hunting put in place by former Botswana President Ian Khama in 2014.
Boers, Big Bullets and Buffalo
Big-bore lever-action rifles have the ammo capacity, dependability and speed to be considered ideal African dangerous-game rifles, as long as you do your part.