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BIG-GAME EDITION GROOTWILDUITGAWE Our hunting, guns and ammunition editor, Stefan Fouché, has put together our special big-game edition for April. Regular contributor Ronald Nel takes us on an “African Odyssey” (p 10), hunting elephant with his Verney-Carron Azur Safari double rifle. He reflects on new friendships, great experiences in the bush, and hard lessons learned. In the first of two articles, Stefan Fouché tells readers about one of the biggest adrenalin rushes he had ever experienced when hunting a black bear in North America. Turn to p 22 to see what preparations (including doughnuts as bait!) and methods are required when hunting bears. “Mohohboh on the hunt ... My first buffalo charge” by Ron Thomson (p 46) takes us back to 1960, when Ron was still a young game ranger. That day, just outside Hwange National Park in the then Rhodesia, he experienced a buffalo hunt that ranks among the top ten most dangerous and exciting hunts of his entire big-game hunting career. Keeping with the topic of game rangers, “Life @ Rangers” is a new series by Christopher Palos, who enrolled for a degree in game ranch management at the Nelson Mandela University’s “Rangers Campus” in the Eastern Cape earlier this year. On p 75 he writes that, although it is still early days, he is proud of his decision and is looking forward to the adventure that lies ahead, and to tell his story. BASA (Big Bore Association of South Africa) reports on their AGM and Dangerous Game Shoot (p 54), saying it is not only about shooting big-bore rifles, but also about stimulating interest in the research, collection, application and dissemination of historical, technical and practical big-bore rifle and ammunition information.

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