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Posted on Mar 25, 2016
There are any number of different rifle/cartridge combinations that can be used to hunt plains game. "Plains Game" is a large category of animals that can range from a 35 pound red duiker to a 1600-pound eland, with a 2,000+ pound stink bull giraffe...
Posted on Jan 15, 2016
A lot has been written about just what type/caliber/construction of firearm a client should take on an African Safari. A Professional Hunter's requirements aren't necessarily similar to a client's. When hunting game that can bite, scratch, or stomp, the PH needs a rifle that will stop an animal in a hurry.
Posted on Dec 20, 2015
The SRG has decided to withdraw its ruling against importing elephant trophy parts from Zambia as of its latest meeting on ...
Posted on May 27, 2015
For many hunters, bagging Africa's Big Five is a lifelong dream. Testing your skills against some of the most difficult prey on Earth, connecting with your inner Teddy Roosevelt, or simply building once in a lifetime memories...
Posted on Apr 9, 2015
The US is now enforcing an existing law from 2008 that places additional requirements on hunters that are traveling with firearms outside of the US. In addition to an executed Form 4457, hunters must now acquire an EIN and make a declaration via the Automated Export System (AES) to receive an Internal Transaction Number (ITN)
Posted on Mar 12, 2015
Free-range hunting opportunities do exist in South Africa. If the high fence is keeping you from taking that first trip to Africa, then read this article. Many areas in South Africa offer free-range hunting opportunities.
Posted on Dec 13, 2014
Ebola seems to be on everyone's mind that is considering a trip to Africa in the near future. Hopefully, the following information will put your mind at ease. Africa, as a continent is larger than the US, India, China, Europe and Japan combined and consists of 54 countries.
Posted on Apr 28, 2014
Finding a full-mane free-range lion in Africa today is getting harder to accomplish. The development of large full black manes is thought to be hereditary, many traditional lion hunting areas have had these fully-maned lions taken as trophies, and over the course of several lion generations, they have been largely removed from the gene pool.
Posted on Apr 1, 2014
To import a Bontebok into the US, you need a CITES export permit from the Republic of South Africa Management Authority and an endangered species import permit from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Division of Management Authority (DMA) prior to bringing a personal sport-hunted bontebok trophy into the United States.
Posted on Dec 28, 2013
The Responsibility of Export and Import Agents: Many of the errors that underlie the current seizure crisis are the fault of the expert subcontractors that hunters rely upon to export and import their trophies. The errors are commonly made by the exporting government, hunting operator, taxidermist or export agent. Regardless of who makes the error, the export and import brokers should confer, detect and correct mistakes before shipment...