Member's Hunt: Out of an African Blind
This latest Member's Hunt comes from Stacy McCloud of Greeley, Colo.
5 Reasons to Book an African Plains Game Safari Now
Here are five reasons why you need to book an African plains game hunt now.
Member's Hunt: An African Hunt, Texas Style
Inspired by Field Editor Ron Spomer, NRA Member Joyce D. Schaefer shares the story of an eland hunt—in south Texas.
A Ride-Along with Stewards of Africa's Wild
Africa keeps its wildlife wild and free only by adhering to a strict conservation philosophy that includes all stakeholders—government entities, ranchers, hunting outfits, professional hunters and human inhabitants in the bush—putting skin in the game.
The Accidental Buffalo
The author is reminded of the old adage, “Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.”
Scott Olmsted shares which guns and gear he used for a big-game hunt in Africa.
An African Big-Game Hunt, Caprivi Style
Standing toe-to-toe with Earth’s largest land mammal makes one thing clear: Elephant hunting is not a task to be taken lightly.
Thompson/Center's switch-barrel Dimension is affordable and versatile, but it needed to pass a rigorous field test to prove itself: Africa. NRA's John Zent had a chance to handle the Dimension while in Africa's Stormberg Mountains and brought back some photographic evidence of its success.