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A Rhino Interrupts a Lion Hunt - An Armchair Safari with John McCutcheon

by Randy Gibbs | Mar 24, 2017
As chief cartoonist for the Chicago Tribune, John McCutcheon provides not only insight but a sense of humor to the description of his African hunt – by the way, sometimes hunting with Carl Akeley and meeting Theodore Roosevelt...
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From the Greatest to the Least--Antelope at the Extremes

by Randy Gibbs | Mar 23, 2017
Stephanus has eyes that never fail. At the far end of a long open valley, he spotted the herd of eland lying in the shade of the trees on the edge...
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More Deer In Mexico!

by Randy Gibbs | Mar 22, 2017
Our various deer are North America’s most widespread and numerous big-game animals, so it follows that deer hunting is the most popular pursuit among American hunters. In fact...
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MDC Continues Feral Hog Removal Efforts

by Randy Gibbs | Mar 21, 2017
issouri Department of Conservation (MDC) wildlife biologists on the feral hog strike team have tallied up numbers for 2016. The year yielded a total...
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Shotgun Tips & Tricks - The New Grand Slam

by Randy Gibbs | Mar 20, 2017
Game Birds of the World was the outcome and the first one was the Quail Slam and it has just continued to evolve. The Slam entries will of course be photo entries of all different species of game birds...
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SCI Members Share Their Success!

by Randy Gibbs | Mar 17, 2017
SCI Members love to share their passion and successes with fellow hunters. Here are some of the most recent entries in the ever-expanding SCI Record Book.
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TuffPak Torture Test

by Randy Gibbs | Mar 16, 2017
We put the TuffPak 1050 to the test...
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Zika: What You Need To Know

by Randy Gibbs | Mar 15, 2017
This year, a small annoyance – the mosquito – has become a tiny menace. The Zika virus has traveled from Uganda to South America, and finally north into the United States. It poses a threat to anyone who is bitten by an infected mosquito...
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Proposed Number Of Permits For 2017 NH Moose Hunt Announced

by Randy Gibbs | Mar 14, 2017
The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department has proposed to reduce statewide moose hunt permit issuance from 71 in 2016 to...
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Multi-Media Man

by Randy Gibbs | Mar 13, 2017
“One of us was going to die,” Stephen (Steve) LeBlanc said without emotion between sips of a diet soda. We were seated in his kitchen in his...
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Weighty Questions

by Randy Gibbs | Mar 10, 2017
Among the hundreds of hunters with whom I’ve discussed the subject of rifle weight in hunting camps around the world, I can’t recall ever hearing someone say they wished their rifle was heavier...
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VT Fish & Wildlife Initiates Moose Study

by Randy Gibbs | Mar 09, 2017
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is initiating a multi-year study to better understand the state’s moose herd. Moose across the Northeast are increasingly...
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Mossberg Shines At Highland Hills

by Randy Gibbs | Mar 08, 2017
What happens when you take two new shotgun models by Mossberg to an upland bird hunting Mecca? The bag gets filled with pheasant, chukar, quail and Hungarian partridge; and there are a lot of crunched sporting clays targets along the way...
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Skull Hooker Trophy Tree

by Randy Gibbs | Mar 07, 2017
This sturdy and sleek floor display from , allows for complete customization and takes advantage of unused areas within...
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An SCI Story: An SCI Success

by Randy Gibbs | Mar 06, 2017
There are things about Safari Club International that set it above and apart from anything else on the planet. One glimpse of that dynamic...
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Magnum Research Introduces Combo Caliber Package for the Desert Eagle

by Randy Gibbs | Mar 03, 2017
Magnum Research recently introduced its DE44WB6 combo caliber package that lets handgun hunters swap between...
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UW-Stevens Point Selected As Location For 2017 Federal Duck Stamp Art Competition

by Randy Gibbs | Mar 02, 2017
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has selected the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point to host the 2017 Federal Duck Stamp Art Competition...
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The Cultural Divide

by Randy Gibbs | Mar 01, 2017
There are deer camps, and then there are deer camps. Before Christmas, I had the somewhat surreal experience of hunting whitetails from a camp in Kansas for five days and then, one day after returning home, boarding a plane for Germany to take part...
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Traveling With Firearms? Fill The Holes With Locks!

by Randy Gibbs | Feb 28, 2017
Traveling with sporting firearms isn’t getting easier. Part of that could be intentional, but part of the problem is that many ticket agents aren’t sure of the rules and sometimes the folks enforcing the rules, from TSA to Customs...
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Big Bullets for Big Bucks

by Randy Gibbs | Feb 27, 2017
What to use on that big buck hunt of a lifetime,
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