SCI maintains two blogs. Hunt Forever chronicles the exciting worldwide hunts SCI members take and covers subjects of importance to all hunters. First For Hunters chronicles SCI’s work to defeat anti hunting attacks. 

Guns & Hunting

Armchair Safari - Giants of the Forest – African Hunting Adventures

02/08/2019 Hunt Forever

Two days with gray giants. It has always been an open question among hunters whether the lion, elephant, rhinoceros or buffalo should be entitled “the King of Beasts.” Each bases his claim on man-killing ability. To me this has always seemed…

State

Missouri Reminds Hunters To Use Free Landowner Permits Properly

02/07/2019 Hunt Forever

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds people using its free resident landowner permits for deer and turkey hunting to comply with the Wildlife Code of Missouri by being sure they qualify for the permits and using them properly. MDC…

Guns & Hunting

Game Changer

02/06/2019 Hunt Forever

Looking at the differences in big game hunting and wingshooting and discussing them on a quail hunt recently at the 74 Ranch, something came out in the discussion that intrigued me to say the least.  The equipment has certainly evolved in the past 5…

Federal

President Trump Taps David Bernhardt For Secretary Of Interior

02/05/2019 Hunt Forever

President Donald Trump has selected acting Interior Secretary David Bernhardt as a permanent replacement for former Secretary Ryan Zinke. In a tweet Monday announcing his decision, the President said: "David has done a fantastic job from the day he…

Guns & Hunting

An Elk Hunt Donated Creates Memory Of A Lifetime

02/05/2019 Hunt Forever

In early October 2018, Ronald W. Neldon, U.S. Air Force, Ret., received what he calls “an act of kindness” from the Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) and the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish (NMDGF).  Neldon is a retired Security…

Guns & Hunting

Hunt Doctor - Snakebites Who Gets Bitten And Who Dies

02/04/2019 Hunt Forever

Many people dread snakes – so much so that they actually avoid going outdoors to fish, hunt, hike or picnic. Others, out of a misplaced fear, will kill every snake they see. That is unfortunate because it’s fairly easy to avoid direct encounters…