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A Hunter's Guide to Aging Lions in Eastern & Southern Africa

by Karyl Whitman and Craig Packer

In recent years, the population numbers of the wild African lion have become a cause of concern. These large cats are under increasing pressure from habitat destruction and livestock owners. Antihunters have used this as an opportunity to try to shut down lion hunting, a move that would make the survival chances of the wild African lion much worse. In an effort to promote responsible and sustainable harvests of older male lions, Conservation Force has asked Safari Press to publish this field guide. Designed with a lay-flat binding, it is intended to be taken on a lion hunt... Read More
$16.95

A Hunter's Hunter (Ltd)

by Robin Hurt

Robin Hurt grew up in Kenya and shot his first buffalo and leopard before he was in high school.   Once he started hunting professionally, he did not shy from taking on risks. He guided clients to where the largest heads were, and that included Zaire when it was wild and dangerous and Sudan when rival tribal factions were at war.  He hunted during the “golden era” of the African safari when Kenya was in its heyday, Zambia was renowned for its hunting fields, and the entire Big Five could be shot in Tanzania in a few days.  And wherever he went, he got exceptional trophies for his clients.

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$250.00
New! Available December 2019

A Hunter's Hunter (Ltd, Leatherbound)

by Robin Hurt

Robin Hurt grew up in Kenya and shot his first buffalo and leopard before he was in high school.   Once he started hunting professionally, he did not shy from taking on risks. He guided clients to where the largest heads were, and that included Zaire when it was wild and dangerous and Sudan when rival tribal factions were at war.  He hunted during the “golden era” of the African safari when Kenya was in its heyday, Zambia was renowned for its hunting fields, and the entire Big Five could be shot in Tanzania in a few days.  And wherever he went, he got exceptional trophies for his clients.

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$1,750.00
New! Available January 2020

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

A Hunting Heritage

by A. Phillips (editor)

The Shikar-Safari Club is the oldest international hunting club in existence in North America. Its members hail from all over the world, and it can safely be said that on a per-member basis, no other club in the world has more hunting experience than these dedicated sportsmen and -women! To celebrate its 50th year, the club asked every member to contribute one big-game hunting story to this book... Read More
$225.00

A Hunting Life and Two Exploratory Asian Hunts

by Robert Speegle

Written in English and Spanish, this book by Weatherby Award winner Robert Speegle is the account of two of his most memorable hunts: his 1976 hunt in Tibet for Tibetan argali and his 1984 hunt for markhor in Pakistan. In addition, there are hunts for Spanish ibex and Spanish red stag, but the two Asian hunts are the mainstay of the book. The Tibetan hunt is a unique endeavor; only James Mellon, Lit Ng, Art Carlsberg, and a very few other intrepid souls have hunted and shot the Tibetan argali, which is the specimen Bob Speegle got on his 1976 hunt. And what a specimen! It is the biggest head listed in the SCI record... Read More
$60.00

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

A Quail Hunter's Odyssey

by Dr. Joseph Greenfield

Dr. Greenfield writes in his introduction, My purpose in writing this book is to document my experiences hunting birds, specifically eastern Bobwhite quail (Colinus virginianus), over a span of sixty years. In this quest I have walked and/or ridden tens of thousands of miles and have seen the changes that have occurred in bird huntingnone of them for the best. The sport has been transformed from a fairly ubiquitous... Read More
$29.95

A Sheep Hunter's Diary

by Dr. Ronald Gabriel

Safari Press prides itself on its sheep hunting publications. Not because we have published so many titles on the subject-we have not-but because the books we have published on sheep hunting have been the summa cum laude of the genre. We have published one only every four or five years, but when we do they are the absolute summit of adventure from the pinnacles of the world... Read More
$39.95

A Sporting Life

by Jose A. Martinez De Hoz

Most books about big-game hunting are written by or are about famous hunters, and, frequently, these books of derring-do only relate the success stories and not the things that can go wrong or the hunts that failed. Martinez de Hoz considers himself an "average international hunter," and writes to an audience who yearns to understand the difficulties an amateur faces when going on safari, and he justifies his writings... Read More
$39.95

Addendum I to Ammo & Ballistics 4 (Sc)

by Robert Forker

New calibers and loads have been appearing each year for well over a century. However, we live in particularly turbulent times as far as ammunition is concerned. Since the release of A&B4, there has been a great many changes, and this has necessitated coming out with an addendum to Ammo & Ballistics 4. Many new lead-free loadings have come on the market as well as new calibers... Read More

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Adventure is in my Blood

by Russell Annabel

The third volume in the Annabel series, and like volume two the stories in this collection are almost all from Sports Afield. There is only one story from Hunting Yearbook. Annabel is without a doubt the greatest Alaskan writer of hunting stories there ever was. As in previous volumes, this book is filled with plenty of hair-raising adventures with bear, moose, wolf, and sheep; it also includes his Mexican hunting tales. "Grudge Grizzly," "Death of a King Wolf," "The Curse of the Chonchos," "The Shootingest Characters," and "The Gotch-eared Bull of Toonakloot."... Read More
$35.00

Africa's Greatest Tuskers

by Tony Sanchez-Ariño

Nothing in Africa fascinates like big elephants-or, more precisely, big-tusked elephants. And nobody in the world knows big tuskers better than Tony Sanchez-Ariño. This book lists every known elephant with at least one tusk of 130 pounds or more and tells the stories of who hunted them, who owns them, or how they were found. It is based upon three years of research, utilizing information unearthed from the archives of countless libraries, museums, professional hunting organizations, and private collections...

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$100.00

Africa's Greatest Tuskers (Ltd)

by Tony Sanchez-Ariño

Nothing in Africa fascinates like big elephants-or, more precisely, big-tusked elephants. And nobody in the world knows big tuskers better than Tony Sanchez-Ariño. This book lists every known elephant with at least one tusk of 130 pounds or more and tells the stories of who hunted them, who owns them, or how they were found. It is based upon three years of research, utilizing information unearthed from the archives of countless libraries, museums, professional hunting organizations, and private collections...

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$175.00

Africa's Most Dangerous

by Kevin Doctari Robertson

Kevin Doctari Robertson is one of Africas best-known authors and the originator of the idea of showing a ghost view of the vital organs on African big game. His books have sold tens of thousands of copies. In this brand-new book with all original materials, Doctari has produced the most comprehensive guide to shot placement for the African buffalo... Read More
$59.95

African Epic

by Richard Harland

Richard Harland caught up with Paul Grobler when the latter was in his eighties, and he persuaded Grobler to tell his story for this book. Grobler, born in 1922, did not start hunting in Rhodesia till 1945, and he shot his last elephant in 1990. During this period, exactly forty-five years, he is reputed to have shot more elephants than any other... Read More
$60.00

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

African Game Trails

by Theodore Roosevelt

There are safaris and then there are safaris, and it is in the latter category that the African hunt of Teddy Roosevelt and his son Kermit definitely falls. Leaving New York harbor in March 1909, the pair set forth via ship and arrived in Mombasa, Kenya Colony. After their arrival, they took the railroad to Nairobi where a virtual whos who of Kenya came to pay their respects to the... Read More
$49.95

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

American Hunting Rifles II

by Craig Boddington

This companion volume to Boddington's highly acclaimed Safari Rifles was first published seventeen years ago, and since then much has changed in North America in regards to hunting rifles, calibers, optics, and ammunition. North America has some of the most diverse hunting conditions of any continent on earth, from the ever-frozen Arctic...

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$39.95

Ammo & Ballistics 6 (Sc)

by Robert Forker

The entirely updated and revised Ammo & Ballistics 6 is now available and is better than ever! Ammo & Ballistics 6 contains data and illustrations on virtually every sporting cartridge sold in the USA. Besides clear and concise writing that clarifies the complexities of ballistic coefficients and energy versus momentum, this revised edition covers 200-plus calibers . . . from the .17 Mach 2 to the .700 Nitro Express.

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An Annotated Bibliography of Books Related to Hunting Wild Sheep and Goats of the World

by Ken Czech and Raul Valdez

What do you get when you pair the world's foremost bibliographer of English language hunting books with one of the world's leading experts on mountain game? One darn good bibliography . . . which is exactly what Ken Czech and Raul Valdez have produced with this volume. So much of our hunting literature began with the mighty British Empire's quest to stretch itself across the entire globe. From the time of Queen Elizabeth I, the wildest regions on earth were explored, strange animals never before seen were hunted, and books on exploration and hunting... Read More
$85.00

Another Rifle, Another Land

by J. Y. Jones

J. Y. Joness first book, One Man, One Rifle, One Land, was a book of note, and the fact that we have reprinted it three times is a sure sign of success in book publishing. Now in his follow-up book (his thirteenth book), he ventures beyond North America to hunt the big game of Europe, Asia, and the South Pacific. And no, there is no African hunting. Yet the variety of game being hunted is enormous, and this is a fact that few... Read More
$85.00

Around the World and Then Some

by David Hanlin (with Bill Quimby)

To do something right in life, you need a good foundation. For David Hanlin that foundation was his grandfather and his uncle, Joe Semple, who took him out in the woods and guided him to his first deer, a doe, when he was eleven. Hanlin's hunting life started from this very simple beginning, for he had no rich relatives to take him on deluxe tented East African safaris. In fact, to get through college he worked in a steel plant to pay his bills... Read More
$49.95
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