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A Hunter's Wanderings in Africa

by Frederick Courteney Selous

Follow noted adventurer Frederick Selous as he spends nine years in the interior of South Africa as a professional hunter beginning in 1871 at the young age of 20... Read More
$24.95

Death in the Long Grass

by Peter Capstick

The late Peter Capstick was a born raconteur whose colorful descriptions and eye for detail brought us face to face with some of the most ferocious killers in the world-not only the great killers of the African bush, the Big Five-but also underrated killers like the surprisingly brave and cunning hyena, and silent killers such as the lightning-fast mamba snake... Read More
$25.99

The Last Ivory Hunter

by Peter Capstick

Wally Johnson spent half a century in Mozambique hunting white gold-ivory. Most men died at this hazardous trade. He's the last one able to tell his story: How he survived the massive bite of a Gabon viper, buffalo gorings, floods, disease, and most dangerous of all-gold fever. He bluffed down 200 armed poachers almost single-handedly, and survived rocket attacks from communist revolutionaries during... Read More
$28.99
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Death in the Silent Places

by Peter Capstick

With his characteristic color and flair, the late Peter Capstick vividly describes the extraordinary careers of men like Colonel J. H. Patterson and Colonel Jim Corbett who stalked legendary man-eaters through the silent darkness; men like Karamojo Bell, acknowledged as the greatest elephant hunter of all time; men like the valiant Sasha Siemel, who tracked killer jaguars through the Matto Grosso armed only... Read More
$28.99

Hunter

by J. A. Hunter

This is John Hunter's best-known book and the one that set him on the path of becoming an internationally recognized name in the post-World War II, African big-game hunting scene. Written in the 1950s, Hunter recounts the career of a professional big-game hunter from before WW I till after WW II. Perhaps the most astonishing tale in this book is John Hunters incredible rhino-hunting... Read More
$29.95

Hunter's Tracks

by J. A. Hunter

This is the tale of a manhunt, not your usual big-game hunting book. Hunters Tracks is the exciting story of John Hunter's efforts to capture the shady headman of a gang of ivory poachers and smugglers. Interesting ancedotes are interwoven into the manhunt, like Hunters digression on hunting baboons and how they are among the worst... Read More
$29.95

Last Horizons

by Peter Capstick

The late Peter Capstick tells us what it's like to be in the path of an express train with hornsthe Cape buffalo; describes the heart-stopping sensation of sharing the immediate bush with several sickle-clawed lions that love to argue; and recounts his adventures bow-fishing for exotic species in the piranha-filled rivers of Brazil.

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$29.95

Tales of the African Frontier

by J. A. Hunter & D. Mannix

This book captures the essence of East Africa from the 1890s till the 1930s and of the single-minded individuals who helped shape it. Meet Tippu Tib, the greatest of all slave traders and the man who owned the slave responsible for killing the elephant with the biggest tusks ever recorded. Read how Ewart Grogan walked from the Cape to Cairo and how Joseph Thomson faced not only the ferocious... Read More
$29.95

Bowhunting for the North American Twenty-Eight

by Gary Bogner

We live in an age of hunting accomplishments, some say extreme accomplishments. But however you look at it, it must be admitted that hunting all North American big game fair chase, with a bow, has to be one of the most difficult things to do in the world of hunting. And might we add that all the game Gary shot was done fair chase in the wild. A few highlights include: the incredible story of hunting grizzly... Read More
$29.95

Outdoors Stupid from around the World

by Bob Bell

Outdoors Stupid from around the World takes the reader on adventures throughout the world with a whole new cast of characters who continue the tradition of questionable judgment and bad luck. In Alaska, the main factors that can kill you include environmental hazards such as weather, terrain, and cold water; from critters, the main danger comes from bears.  

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$29.95

Ask the Namibian Guides

by Diana Rupp

In recent years Namibia has become one of the most popular destinations for safari hunters, both first-timers and old Africa hands alike. If you've ever wondered what it would be like to hunt in this country, this is the book for you. The information comes not from people who have visited there once or twice, but straight from the ultimate...

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The Comprehensive Guide to Tracking (Sc)

by Cleve Cheney

Tracking is an art form as well as a skilljust ask any hunter who has seen African trackers at work. But it is an art that can be taught and a skill that can be acquired. All mammals, including humans, have behavior patterns that can be learned and even anticipated. Cleve Cheney, a master at tracking both animals and humans, defines tracking as learning to use all your senses to monitor your surroundings... Read More
$34.95

A Man Called Lion

by Peter Capstick

John Taylor is well known to just about anybody interested in firearms or African hunting. This is the first complete biography of this very controversial character, written by Peter H. Capstick with research by Brian Marsh, a longtime Taylor acquaintance. Capstick tracks the life of this enigmatic figure from his early days in Ireland to the day he left Nyasaland in disgrace and in fear... Read More
$34.95

The Wanderers

by Hoffman Theron van Zijl

This is the story of the wanderings of two lifelong friends who had the courage to live their dreams in some of the last remaining wilderness areas left in southern Africa. The days when you could wander freely throughout the Dark Continent on your own, in search of great adventure, were fading fast when South Africans Hoffman Theron van Zijl and Gerhard Bolt came of age and set out on a series of adventures, together and on their own, in the 1970s and 1980s. Their main goal was to hunt dangerous game, but they were just as interested in exploring untrammelled... Read More
$34.95

The Big Five

by Dr. S. Lloyd Newberry

Many books have been written about the old Africa and its fabled Big Five, but almost nothing exits in print that describes hunting the Big Five as its exists today. Well-known hunter Dr. Lloyd Newberry sets out on a long quest to pursue leopard and elephant in Zimbabwe, white rhino in South Africa, lion in Zambia, and buffalo in Botswana. You will find an interesting mix in these pages: hunting experiences of... Read More
$34.95

Morning Shadows, Evening Sun

by Brad Fitzpatrick

Much can be said about hunting in East Africa for big game, but the truth is by a long stretch more hunters come to Namibia. The draw is the great variety of game, including buffalo, leopard, lion, huge elephant, and rhino as well as all sorts of antelope. In fact, Namibia is now only one of two countries left where the entire Big Five can be shot-and that includes the black rhino... Read More
$34.95

Hell, I’m Still Here!

by Sundra

Nobody has seen or done it all, but Jon Sundra has come as close as anyone. He wrote his first article in 1966, and by the early 1970s had risen to prominence at a time when the Golden Era of American outdoor writers was in full swing. The next thirty-plus years was a time he and his colleagues were routinely invited by Remington, Winchester, Weatherby, and Ruger—and by many foreign gun manufacturers as well—to all-expense-paid jaunts to hunt and visit factories all over the world. It was a time long before the Internet, cable TV, and blogging drastically diluted what had been a very exclusive world, a time when a select handful of men—characters, actually—gathered in venues where little business was accomplished but a helluva lot of good food was consumed and adult beverages quaffed. Sometimes even a few gun-related things were discussed!  During this period Jon met all the greats of the shooting and hunting world, and this book gives us an unvarnished look at some of the characters of that regrettably gone era.

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$34.95

The African Diary of Bob Eastman

by Rick Sapp

If you like the writings of Ruark and Hemingway, you will like this book, for a taste of Africa comes through on every page. No listings of I shot this and I killed that, but rather the book offers interesting and riveting anecdotes from safaris that happened to other people while the author was in camp. Bob Eastman is a long-bow hunter who started hunting in Africa in 1967. He has hunted in just about all of the places that were open to hunting in the last 40-plus yearsTanzania, Angola... Read More
$34.95

Out of Bullets!

by Johnny Chilton

A five-ton elephant swishes its tail, lowers its bulldozer-size forehead, and broadsides into the hunting vehicle of the author and his PH, Roy Carr-Hartley. So starts Johnny Chiltons second book on his African, Asian, and North American hunting adventures. When Chilton went to Africa, he did not go to Tanzania as a mere client... Read More
$34.95

Bell of Africa

by W.D.M. Bell

Walter Bell was an extraordinary person, and this was clear even when he was a child. He was born in 1880 near Edinburgh, and by the time he was six, he had lost both parents. When he was ten, he took a pair of muzzleloading dueling pistols, a watch, and a few pennies and set off for America to go "bison shooting"! This scheme failed spectacularly when... Read More
$34.95

Where Lions Roar

by Craig Boddington

This is the sequel to From Mt. Kenya to the Capeand it includes hunts for big game in Ethiopia, the Central African Republic, Tanzania, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Zambia, and Botswana-an unparalleled hunting accomplishment. From the steaming jungles of the Congo basin in search of the elusive bongo to the arid bushveld of Zimbabwe for leopard, Boddington pursues... Read More
$35.00

Horn of the Hunter

by Robert Ruark

Ruark's most sought-after book is back in print. In the early 1950s famous newspaper columnist Robert Ruark and his wife, Virginia, went to British East Africa (now Kenya and Tanzania) for a nine-week safari with their professional hunter Harry Selby. The three of them, along with a group of... Read More

Horned Death

by John Burger

This is the bible on the African buffalo, by a man who shot more than one thousand of these brutes in his lifetime. This is what one of our readers had to say: "I decided to pick up this book for a perspective on what hunting must have been like on a continent that was still untamed. I was not disappointed. The adventures described by John Burger are fantastic. The reasons we hunt vary, but at the core is adventure... Read More
$35.00

Between the Sunlight and the Thunder (Sc)

by Keith Meadows

Few countries have felt the tumult of the winds of change more than Kenya, Congo, and the country once known as Rhodesia. It was former British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan who made those words famous in Cape Town in February 1960 when he addressed the South African government. By that time Gil Freeman had already felt the full force of the violence brought on by these winds. On a farm at the... Read More
$35.00
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