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On the Tracks of the Big Five in Angola

by Jorge Alves de Lima

Jorge Alves de Lima started in Angola in the very early 1950s when it was a hunting paradise. Those were the days when the entire Big Five were not just available but also noteworthy: very good lions with excellent manes, huge-bodied elephants (albeit not very often with truly outstanding ivory), and lots of black rhino. Angola was, in fact, one of the last countries where one could hunt black rhinos... Read More
$90.00

More Safaris With Bwana Game (Ltd)

by Eric Balson

For those of you who have read Balsons book On Safari with Bwana Game, you will know that he tells an interesting story. Not only was he a PH to the rich and famous, as well as royalty and world leaders, but he also worked for years for game departments. During that time he was charged with shooting some very disagreeable wild animals, such as a hyena that had attacked a young village girl. In the... Read More
$85.00

Outdoors Stupid from around the World (Sc)

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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$18.95

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

Reminiscences of an Elephant Hunter (Ltd)

by W.D.M. Bell

Who was W. D. M. “Karamojo” Bell? Immediately what springs to mind is that he was one of the most famous elephant hunters of all time, but who was the man behind the legend? What was his story? How did he become this giant among elephant hunters? Now for the first time, Safari Press is releasing Bell’s complete autobiography, and with it comes the answers to all these questions.

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$140.00

Incidents from an Elephant Hunter's Diary

by W.D.M. Bell

Once again the legendary Karamojo Bell marches through the wilds of Africa-traversing a land virtually untouched by modern civilization in search of adventure and ivory. The Africa Bell knew is now long gone and seemingly very far away, but, in reality, his travels took place only about a century ago. Join us as Bell takes us to a land with vast herds of wildlife living in rough equilibrium with the native human populations.

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$39.95

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

BUFFALO II!

by Craig Boddington

In his new book, Craig gives great information on hunting “swamp buffalo” from Mozambique, and he discusses the importance of buffalo
sustainability for generations to come—the how, where, and why of looking for an aged buffalo bull with hard bosses. He also shares his experience with a true, full-blown, pressing-it-home, you-or-him buffalo charge...

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$39.95

BUFFALO II! (Ltd, Leather)

by Craig Boddington

In his new book, Craig gives great information on hunting “swamp buffalo” from Mozambique, and he discusses the importance of buffalo
sustainability for generations to come—the how, where, and why of looking for an aged buffalo bull with hard bosses. He also shares his experience with a true, full-blown, pressing-it-home, you-or-him buffalo charge...

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$975.00

From the Cape to Kasserine

by Craig Boddington

It was way back in 1987 that Craig Boddington published his first “Ten Years in Africa” book, and neither the author nor the publisher had any idea what they had started.  Boddington had been in Kenya in 1977 just before it closed and had, by the time his first African hunting book came out, taken around a dozen safaris. Now, he is approaching his 100th safari to Africa—surely a record of some sort. From the Cape to Kasserine is Boddington’s fourth ten-year book chronicling his African hunting

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$39.95

Elephant!

by Craig Boddington

So much has been written about the elephant hunters of yesteryear that there is niche of collectors who only concentrate on this genre. And rightly so, as elephant hunting literature is rich and varied and has brought forth some of the most memorable writings on Africa ever. However, very little is ever written on modern elephant hunting. And strange as it may seem, many of the largest elephants shot in the history of Africa have actually been shot... Read More
$39.95

Tracks Across Africa

by Craig Boddington

Craig Boddington's first African hunting book, From Mount Kenya to the Cape, chronicled his hunting exploits from 1977 to 1986. Since that time he has written a book every ten years on his African experiences. Now he's back with Tracks Across Africa, which chronicles his third decade of African hunting. He actually hunted in about twice as much territory and for twice as many days during the last... Read More
$39.95

African Hunter II

by Craig Boddington and Peter Flack (Editors)

If you're looking for the most complete overview of hunting on the African continent available today, look no further than African Hunter II. The original African Hunter was written by James Mellon, who spent five years in Africa during the late 1960s and early 1970s and spent several more years producing his masterpiece. Safari Press undertook to create an updated version of his entertaining and informative work for the modern era... Read More

African Experiences

by Craig Boddington

No other continent on earth has as many varieties of big game and as much diversified terrain as Africa. It can also be said that no other continent has seen as much upheaval as Africa in the last 50 years. In this book Boddington takes us through the safari industry as it emerged after WW II, rose to its zenith in the 1960s, declined in the 1970s, and yet again resurrected itself into a full-blown... Read More
$39.95

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

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

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

The Winds of Havoc

by Fiona Capstick

When eight-year-old Adelino Serras Pires first arrived on a boat from Portugal in 1936, Mozambique was a tropical paradise, where native tribes and Portuguese colonists lived in harmony and where vast wilderness areas held the promise of endless excitement. A few weeks into Adelino's new life, his father took him along on a successful hunt for man-eating lions that had been terrorizing... Read More
$50.00

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

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

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

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

African Game

by Stephen Carton-Barber

This massive work contains very detailed maps of species and subspecies. It also is the only book we are aware of that shows the historical distribution of African animals. In many cases, it is a sad reminder of what once was, but in a few cases, optimism can be found. It is supported by hundreds of photos, almost all taken in the wild, of the animals as you might see on safari... Read More
$85.00
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