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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
New! Available December 2019

The Perfect Shot: Mini Edition for Africa II

by Kevin Robertson

The Perfect Shot: Mini Edition for Africa II has been completely revised and expanded! This handy pocket-size guide has been a perennial customer favorite ever since it was first published in 2003. Take this mini reference afield as you hunt elephant, buffalo, hippopotamus, rhinoceros, lion, leopard, Nile crocodile, spotted hyena, giraffe, eland, greater kudu, zebra, sable, roan, waterbuck, blue wildebeest, bongo, oryx/gemsbok, hartebeest, black wildebeest, nyala, reedbuck, blesbok/bontebok, impala, bushbuck, springbok, warthog, duiker, klipspringer, steenbok, and grysbok.

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$19.95

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

Rowland Ward's Records of Big Game 30th Edn. Africa (Softcover, Measurer's Edn.)

by Rowland Ward

For more than two-and-a-half years the production team at Rowland Ward Ltd. has been hard at work preparing the 30th edition of its iconic Records of Big Game.  In order to create an “entirely new” record book, this one on African game animals, we decided to implement the following: We have included photos of the highest scoring heads, based upon a strict policy of ethics and aesthetics; we have made the book “user friendly” by completely reorganizing the layout of the book according to traditional methods used by naturalists and hunters as well as by biological kinship; we have created—with particular pride we might add—83 new maps featuring over 200 varieties of African game animals that illustrate accurate, current game distributions in great detail and full color; and, finally, we have completely reshaped the table of contents and index to make the search for a specific species easy to do. 

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$100.00
New! Available December 2019

Great African Trophies (Signed by Author)

by Diana Rupp

Great African Trophies is a photographic showcase of some of the greatest game trophies ever taken on the Dark Continent, from elephants, buffalo, and the big cats to the spiral-horned antelopes and dozens of other magnificent animals. The focus is on animals that rank in the top five of each species in the Safari Club International and Rowland Ward record books, but also included are a variety of historic, unlisted, and little-known trophies, along with their... Read More
$95.00

TALL TALES (Signed)

by Buzz Charlton

Few people need an introduction to Buzz Charlton, made famous over the last decade with a series of elephant hunting DVDs set in Zimbabwe.  If you haven’t seen them, you should—they have the power to raise the hackles on an 800-pound dead gorilla.  Buzz is also known for shooting crop-raiding Problem Animal Control (PAC) elephants and ornery, cranky tuskless cows in the thick jesse bush of the Zambezi Valley.  This sort of hunting quickly distinguishes the men from the boys—it is definitely not for the faint of heart.   In fact, at a recent safari convention Buzz admitted to us that he was doing less of that type of hunting because he wanted to see his girls grow up.  This does not mean he has stopped going after elephants, but rather he is now concentrating his hunts along the Mozambique border for trophy bull elephants . . . as if that is a tame way to spend one’s professional career!

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$49.95
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Celebrating 130 years of Sports Afield (Signed by Author)

by Diana Rupp

Sports Afield has assembled a complete history of the publication. This book features more than 400 covers from the magazine's beginnings all the way to the present. Many of these digitally restored covers depict colorful and dramatic action scenes. For many decades, each issue featured a cover painting specifically commissioned for the magazine. With vibrant color illustrations of leaping tigers and striped bass, charging buffaloes, and life-and-death-hang-on-by-your-nails hunting scenarios, these covers are a feast for the eyes.

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$70.00

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

TALL TALES

by Buzz Charlton

Few people need an introduction to Buzz Charlton, made famous over the last decade with a series of elephant hunting DVDs set in Zimbabwe.  If you haven’t seen them, you should—they have the power to raise the hackles on an 800-pound dead gorilla.  Buzz is also known for shooting crop-raiding Problem Animal Control (PAC) elephants and ornery, cranky tuskless cows in the thick jesse bush of the Zambezi Valley.  This sort of hunting quickly distinguishes the men from the boys—it is definitely not for the faint of heart.   In fact, at a recent safari convention Buzz admitted to us that he was doing less of that type of hunting because he wanted to see his girls grow up.  This does not mean he has stopped going after elephants, but rather he is now concentrating his hunts along the Mozambique border for trophy bull elephants . . . as if that is a tame way to spend one’s professional career!

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$39.95

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

Rowland Ward's Records of Big Game 30th Edn. Africa (Ltd)

by Rowland Ward

For more than two-and-a-half years the production team at Rowland Ward Ltd. has been hard at work preparing the 30th edition of its iconic Records of Big Game.  In order to create an “entirely new” record book, this one on African game animals, we decided to implement the following: We have included photos of the highest scoring heads, based upon a strict policy of ethics and aesthetics; we have made the book “user friendly” by completely reorganizing the layout of the book according to traditional methods used by naturalists and hunters as well as by biological kinship; we have created—with particular pride we might add—83 new maps featuring over 200 varieties of African game animals that illustrate accurate, current game distributions in great detail and full color; and, finally, we have completely reshaped the table of contents and index to make the search for a specific species easy to do.

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$375.00
New! Available December 2019

The Perfect Shot for Dinosaurs (Sc)

by Phil Massaro

Any self-respecting big game hunter owns—or should own—Dr. Kevin Robertson’s The Perfect Shot, for hunting African animals, and its sister volume, Craig Boddington’s The Perfect Shot North America.  These two books have become invaluable for the traveling sportsman and sportswoman seeking to become familiar with shot placement, habits, and suitable firearm choices for hunting many of the most popular mammals throughout the two continents. Safari Press has now teamed up with notable author and international big-game hunter Philip Massaro to bring you a volume on the ultimate hunting adventure: The Perfect Shot for Dinosaurs.

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$14.95

TALL TALES (Leatherbound Edn.)

by Buzz Charlton

Few people need an introduction to Buzz Charlton, made famous over the last decade with a series of elephant hunting DVDs set in Zimbabwe.  If you haven’t seen them, you should—they have the power to raise the hackles on an 800-pound dead gorilla.  Buzz is also known for shooting crop-raiding Problem Animal Control (PAC) elephants and ornery, cranky tuskless cows in the thick jesse bush of the Zambezi Valley.  This sort of hunting quickly distinguishes the men from the boys—it is definitely not for the faint of heart.   In fact, at a recent safari convention Buzz admitted to us that he was doing less of that type of hunting because he wanted to see his girls grow up.  This does not mean he has stopped going after elephants, but rather he is now concentrating his hunts along the Mozambique border for trophy bull elephants . . . as if that is a tame way to spend one’s professional career!

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$750.00

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

Outdoor 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

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

Rowland Ward's Records of Big Game 30th Edn. Africa

by Rowland Ward

For more than two-and-a-half years the production team at Rowland Ward Ltd. has been hard at work preparing the 30th edition of its iconic Records of Big Game.  In order to create an “entirely new” record book, this one on African game animals, we decided to implement the following: We have included photos of the highest scoring heads, based upon a strict policy of ethics and aesthetics; we have made the book “user friendly” by completely reorganizing the layout of the book according to traditional methods used by naturalists and hunters as well as by biological kinship; we have created—with particular pride we might add—83 new maps featuring over 200 varieties of African game animals that illustrate accurate, current game distributions in great detail and full color; and, finally, we have completely reshaped the table of contents and index to make the search for a specific species easy to do. 

... Read More
$150.00
PREORDER

Great African Trophies

by Diana Rupp

Great African Trophies is a photographic showcase of some of the greatest game trophies ever taken on the Dark Continent, from elephants, buffalo, and the big cats to the spiral-horned antelopes and dozens of other magnificent animals. The focus is on animals that rank in the top five of each species in the Safari Club International and Rowland Ward record books, but also included are a variety of historic, unlisted, and little-known trophies, along with their... Read More
$85.00

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

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

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 Accurate Rifle...and Rifleman

by Craig Boddington

It was Townsend Whelen who said, "Only accurate rifles are interesting." This must be one of the great truisms of the rifle-shooting world. While there certainly are a great many experienced riflemen in the USA today, few can match Boddington's experience with the variety of calibers, actions, makes, and bullets that he has shot over the last three-plus decades. That experience is why this book is such an important contribution to the literature of the hunting/shooting world... Read More

The Jim Corbett Collection (Ltd)

by Jim Corbett

A re-release of a classic! Jim Corbett was every inch a hero, something like a sahib Davy Crockett: expert in the ways of the jungle, fearless in the pursuit of... Read More
$395.00

Great Hunters, Volume 8

by Safari Press

Safari Press is happy to announce the eighth volume in our series on trophy rooms around the world. We have continued in our tradition of only publishing truly superlative trophy rooms and museum collections. As before, remodeled garages and mechanics' workshops need not apply. Only the grandest, most elaborate, and unique trophy rooms of the world-wherever they may occur-will be considered for inclusion into this series.

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$65.00

TIGRERO!

by Sasha Siemel

The original book was short on photos that highlighted Sasha Siemel's exciting jaguar adventures and his entrepreneurial activities. This revised, expanded edition was made possible through the generosity of the Siemel children in loaning their family archive to Safari Press; this archive allowed Safari Press to include in this new edition considerable new material as well as a large selection of new photos and period illustrations. (There was so much material that we had to leave a lot lying on the cutting floor.)

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$39.95
NOT IN STOCK

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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Deadly Encounters

by Craig Boddington

Boddington has done a masterful job of unearthing the facts and sometimes gory details of what happens when a nasty with sharp teeth, strong claws, blunt hoofs, or colossal strength decides to close in on a hunter and see the business through to a bloody, pulpy end. His stories of hunts gone wrong include wild lions or those found in enclosures; bull elephants in musth or cranky cows on the defensive; leopards who do not take kindly to being shot; bears-no matter what size or color; and "tame" water buffaloes that have taken over the neighborhood and now see humans as intruders. 

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$34.95

Hunting Wild Sheep and Goats around the World

by George Latham Myers II

Come travel with Latham as he hunts wild sheep in the magnificent Rocky Mountains, the icy Northwest Territories, and the desiccated Chihuahuan Desert. Feel your heart pound as he stalks ibex in the heart of Central Asia. Watch the sun break over the rugged ridgeline of the Dzhugdzhur Mountains in Siberia's Far East and set sublimely on the Southern Alps of New Zealand.

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My Main Obsession

by Ricardo Guardia Vazquez

Ricardo Guardia Vázquez has hunted around the world and in some fascinating places. He lives in Central America and was fortunate to have hunted jaguars on numerous occasions, both in his own “backyard” and in South America. He could even be called “cat crazy,” as he has multiple hunts for ocelots, pumas, leopards, and a lion, which he has noted in his game diaries.

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$34.95

Celebrating 130 years of Sports Afield

by Diana Rupp

Sports Afield has assembled a complete history of the publication. This book features more than 400 covers from the magazine's beginnings all the way to the present. Many of these digitally restored covers depict colorful and dramatic action scenes. For many decades, each issue featured a cover painting specifically commissioned for the magazine. With vibrant color illustrations of leaping tigers and striped bass, charging buffaloes, and life-and-death-hang-on-by-your-nails hunting scenarios, these covers are a feast for the eyes.

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CIC Caprinae Atlas of the World (Ltd)

by Gerhard Damm & Nicholas Franco

This detailed and meticulously researched CIC Caprinae Atlas of the World presents an overview on the distribution ranges of wild Caprinae phenotypes in the northern hemisphere, their physical appearance, life history, conservation status, and sustainable use. The authors aim is to stimulate the resourceful involvement of a wide variety of stakeholders: policy makers who create the administrative and legislative frameworks for Caprinae conservation; researchers and taxonomists who are at work to fill knowledge gaps; public... Read More
$1,330.00

Shikari

by Deepak Rana

This book by Deepak Rana, who has been a Nepalese outfitter since the 1980s, covers Nepalese hunting history, tells stories of his days guiding in Nepal, and features photos of the many successful clients that he has led into the Himalayas to shoot blue sheep, goral, serow, and tahr... Read More
$100.00

The Selous in Africa

by Robert Ross

The Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania is one of the last remaining great wilderness areas in Africa. Encompassing more area than Switzerland and proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982, the Selous is Africa's oldest and largest protected area and remains one of the continent's greatest undisturbed ecosystems. Teeming with life-including elephants, giraffe, more lions than any other protected area on the continent, large packs... Read More
$75.00

Wind, Dust, and Snow II (signed by author)

by Robert Anderson

Robert Anderson knows his sheep and Caprinae and has spent a lifetime gathering modern and historic photos and stories about the world's most coveted game animals. (He, himself, is also a hunter of mountain game.) In this, his second book on Asian mountain game, he has pulled out all stops: The book is filled to the rim with contemporary photos of great argali, urial, mouflon, blue sheep, markhor, tur, and ibex that will make every mountain-game hunter worldwide get an elevated heart rate! Also included... Read More
$130.00

Wind, Dust, and Snow II

by Robert Anderson

Robert Anderson knows his sheep and Caprinae and has spent a lifetime gathering modern and historic photos and stories about the world's most coveted game animals. (He, himself, is also a hunter of mountain game.) In this, his second book on Asian mountain game, he has pulled out all stops: The book is filled to the rim with contemporary photos of great argali, urial, mouflon, blue sheep, markhor, tur, and ibex that will make every mountain-game hunter worldwide get an elevated heart rate! Also included... Read More
$125.00

Classic Carmichel

by Jim Carmichel

Classic Carmichael - Stories from the Field is an amazing compilation of some of Jim Carmichael's best articles and stories. The author was for decades the field editor for Outdoor Life, and while many of the stories found in this book were first published in that magazine, they are now offered here in a much expanded versions—with many of the original images included.

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$50.00

Rowland Ward RB Vol 1 28th, L

by Rowland Ward

Rowland Wards Records of Big Game is known worldwide as the original Record Book. It was first published in 1892, and quickly became the standard among sportsmen and naturalists. It contains detailed descriptions of the various game species and their distributions, habitats, and sizes; it also contains the measurements of the finest specimens taken since the early 18th century, such as the number 1... Read More
$100.00

Guns and Hunting

by Finn Aagaard

Finn Aagaard, a professional hunter in Kenya following World War II, moved to the United States in the 1970s. In the process, he lost a country but gained a reputation as one of the finest gunwriters of the twentieth century. He became not only admired as a gunwriter but also beloved through his frequent pennings for the American Rifleman and American Hunter. Now for the first time ever... Read More
$34.95

Lock, Stock, & Barrel

by Cyril Adams & Robert Braden

Robert Braden and Cyril Adams shot fine English shotguns for decades all over the world, and they are unashamed in their preference for an English-made shotgun. In this book they give the most complete description ever of the process of making a best-grade English gun from a lump of steel and a walnut tree trunk. Never before has this production process been described with such clarity, giving the reader a total understanding of what goes into such guns and why they are so expensive. The second section of the book contains the most practical... Read More
$29.95

Jaguar Hunting in the Mato Grosso and Bolivia

by Tony Almeida

Not since Sacha Siemel has there been a book on jaguar hunting like this. Tony de Almeida was the most successful guide for jaguars in the history of South American hunting. He guided some of the most famous people in the world to the worlds largest jaguars. Chronicling Tony's career from... Read More
$39.95

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

To Heck with it, I'm Going Hunting

by Arnold Alward (with Bill Quimby)

After the deaths of his father, mother, sister, and daughter in a short period of time, Arnold Alward of New Brunswick sold his businesses and spent the next eighteen years hunting, taking nearly all the world's important big-game species, which eventually won him the Weatherby Award. During the course of his hunts, he shot a Grand Slam and a Super Slam of Sheep and the Big Five as well... Read More
$44.95

Great Rams III

by Robert Anderson

Avid sheep hunters and conservationists have long anticipated the next book in the franchise series Great Rams by Robert Anderson. The latest installment honors the traditional format of its predecessors, and, again, the book features high-quality production, paper, and printing. The content is classic Great Rams fodder: stories of legendary sheep hunts and hunters, colorful photographs, features on historic trophy areas and conservation efforts, and a look at yesterday's-and today's-sheep hunter... Read More
$145.00

The Way We Were

by Russell Annabel

This is the fifth volume in the Russell Annabel series. Originally we thought this would be the final volume in the series, but then Dell Annabel Lamey and Jeff Davis found another cache of Annabel stories, so we... Read More
$35.00

The High Road to Adventure

by Russell Annabel

All the stories in this fourth volume in the Annabel series are from Sports Afield. More Alaskan adventures as well as hunting in Mexico. This volume covers Annabel's magazine stories that were published from 1964 to 1970. Some of the titles include "That Damned Diabla Dog," "The Spookiest Coon Hunt," "Black Bears Are the Damnedest Neighbors," "Death of an Injun Devil," and "Moose of the Crazy Moon."... Read More
$35.00

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

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

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

The Wanderings of an Elephant Hunter (Audio CD)

by W.D.M. Bell

This is the first book written by W. D. M. Bell, an intrepid adventurer, who was known far and wide as "Karamojo" Bell for his extraordinary elephant-hunting exploits in the Karamoja province of Uganda and elsewhere. Wanderings, considered by many to be the greatest of all elephant books by the greatest of all elephant hunters, is a series of elephant-hunting essays and stories from the glory days of... Read More
$39.95

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

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

Safari Rifles II

by Craig Boddington

In 1990 Craig Boddington and Safari Press launched what proved to be one of the most popular and enduring books on rifles and calibers for Africa ever written, going through no less than twelve printings. To write an in-depth book about a complex matter, one needs experience. When Craig Boddington wrote Safari Rifles in 1989, he had experience, but today his name has become synonymous with African... Read More
$49.95
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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

Perfect Shot: Mini Edition for North America II (Sc)

by Craig Boddington and Laurie O'Keefe (illustrator)

Up against a bear or cougar, or looking in the mountains for sheep and goat? Make sure you know where to shoot with this handy and compact shot-placement guide for black bear, brown bear, cougar, wolf, wild sheep, goat, wild oxen, and feral hog. This pocketsize, full-color book features field photos with "ghost views" that highlight the heart, lungs, and major bone structures-important information when you... Read More
$12.95
Available Fall 2019

Perfect Shot: Mini Edition for North America (Sc)

by Craig Boddington and Laurie O'Keefe (illustrator)

What could be more convenient to have in your pocket than a shot-placement book for whitetail, elk, mule deer, caribou and pronghorn antelope? This pocket-size, full-color book features field photos with "ghost views" that highlight the heart, lungs, and major bones. The mini-edition covers all the angles: going away, coming in, straight on, broadside, and even from above for hunters in tree stands; it also features the... Read More
$12.95

The Perfect Shot, North America

by Craig Boddington and Laurie O'Keefe (illustrator)

Most people will know where to shoot a white-tailed deer when it is standing broadside. But how do you accurately place a shot from a tree stand when you are situated above the animal? The actual answer might surprise you. In this book Craig Boddington and artist Laurie O'Keefe show actual in-the-field photographs that pictorially describe where you must shoot to get an instantaneous kill-in other words, how... Read More
$39.95

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 (Audio CD)

by Craig Boddington

This is Craig Boddington's sequel to From Mt. Kenya to the Cape-the story of Boddington's hunts in the Dark Continent. Since writing his first African book, he has shot 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... Read More
$29.95

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
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British Gunmakers Vol II

by Nigel Brown

Whilst the fashionable London gunmakers were making a name for themselves in the nineteenth century with their expensive bespoke weapons made in limited quantities, there was a separate gunmaking industry flourishing in Birmingham and the surrounding towns. Although a few traditional makers have survived, most of the gunmaking names to be found within these covers have been amalgamated into... Read More
$100.00

British Gunmakers, Vol. I

by Nigel Brown

For two hundred years, the gunmakers of London have enjoyed a worldwide reputation for the quality and reliability of their products. Beginning with the Mantons in the eighteenth century and continuing with Purdey, Lang, Lancaster, Beesley, Boss, Holland, and Woodward, London gunmakers have led the world with their technical expertise and craftsmanship. This revised and updated edition chronicles the... Read More
$100.00

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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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

Legends of the African Frontier

by David Chandler

David Chandler has spent the last twelve years completing a book of biographical sketches on all of Africas early adventurers, explorers, big-game hunters, and ivory poachers, both obscure and well known. Whether they were the worst scoundrels, thieves, and liars, or those who legitimately came to make the continent better by trying to abolish the slave trade, 1,200 in all are listedstarting with Abbott, Doctor William... Read More
$49.95

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

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
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From the Congo Basin to the Highlands of Ethiopia (Ltd)

by Steve Christenson

Sudan, Ethiopia, Central African Republic, and Liberia give new meaning to exotic and difficult safari destinations. If you want to know what its really like to battle a stifling rain forest for bongo or a blistering savanna for giant eland or a lofty moorland for mountain nyala, this is your book. Christenson also depicts an unprecedented adventure into the Red Sea Hills for Nubian ibex and a self-guided expedition to hell... Read More
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Cogswell & Harrison

by G. Cooley & J. Newton

Cogswell & Harrison, as the business became known in the midnineteenth century, has manufactured an extraordinary diversity of sporting guns and rifles during its long and colorful history. Established in 1770, it is Londons oldest surviving gunmaker. In the nineteenth century, under the direction of Edgar Harrison, the most influential figure in its history, Cogswell & Harrison became known for its ingenious innovations in... Read More
$39.95

The Jim Corbett Collection

by Jim Corbett

A re-release of a Safari Press classic! In the late 1980s, Safari Press brought out the complete set of Jim Corbett's works, housed in a printed slipcase that featured the work of the internationally famous wildlife artist Guy Coheleach. The same high-quality set is back in print! Jim Corbett was every inch a hero, something like a sahib Davy Crockett: expert in the ways of the jungle, fearless in the pursuit of... Read More
$100.00

The British Shotgun, 3-Volume Set with Slipcase

by Ian Crudgington & David Baker

This three-volume set represents the definitive work on the evolution and manufacture of the British shotgun from 1850 through the present day. This highly regarded, lavishly illustrated series grew out of the vision of authors Ian Crudgington and David Baker to write a complete story of the evolution of the British shotgun. Volume One covers the formative years of 1850-70, Volume Two covers 1871-1980, and... Read More
$250.00

The British Shotgun, Volume 2

by Ian Crudgington & David Baker

The British Shotgun, Volume Two 1871-1890 is the second volume of the definitive work on the evolution and manufacture of the British shotguna superb example of the British heritage of craftsmanship, ingenuity, and artistry... Read More
$75.00

The British Shotgun, Volume 1

by Ian Crudgington & David Baker

The first volume in a definitive three-part series. The British Shotgun 1850-1870 is an attempt to trace, as accurately as possible, the evolution of the shotgun during its formative years in Great Britain. Some of the developments of the period are known solely from the records of the patent office, others are mentioned in writings of the time, and both these sources have been extensively and painstakingly... Read More
$75.00

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

Hunting Trips in the Land of Dragon

by Kenneth Czech (Editor)

Stretching nearly 4,000,000 square miles across eastern Asia, China offers a kaleidoscopic landscape, varying from tropical jungles in the southeast to the windswept plains of Manchuria and Mongolia to the rugged mountain ranges of Tian Shan and Kunlun Shan in the far west. This rich and varied land has been home to a wide variety of wild game. Though Chinese emperors and nobles of bygone... Read More
$34.95

Purdey, Guns & Rifle Makers

by Donald Dallas

This magnificent book, recently expanded and updated, details the history of James Purdey & Sons, the British gunmaker universally respected and known the world over as makers of the finest quality guns. The new edition celebrates Purdey's two hundred years of gunmaking from 1814 to 2014. It brings the history of the firm right up to date-over 170 photographs have been added along with a great deal... Read More
$115.00

Boss & Co

by Donald Dallas

This is the updated edition of Donald Dallass highly acclaimed book Boss & Co, Builders of Best Guns Only. This second edition brings the history of the firm up-to-date, with over 100 new photos, freshly researched material, new appendixes, and serial numbers to the present day. The new appendix on all the engravers who worked for Boss will prove of great interest to Boss owners, for now the engraver particular to each gun can be ascertained. By giving serial numbers up to the present day, guns can now be dated precisely and pairs... Read More
$95.00

CIC Caprinae Atlas of the World

by Gerhard Damm & Nicholas Franco

This detailed and meticulously researched CIC Caprinae Atlas of the World presents an overview on the distribution ranges of wild Caprinae phenotypes in the northern hemisphere, their physical appearance, life history, conservation status, and sustainable use. The authors aim is to stimulate the resourceful involvement of a wide variety of stakeholders: policy makers who create the administrative and legislative frameworks for Caprinae conservation; researchers and taxonomists who are at work to fill knowledge gaps; public... Read More
$350.00

Breath of Africa

by Pierre Decoster

Some hunters go to Africa to collect animals; others go to have a change of scenery and a simple vacation away from it all; few, however, go to gain extensive experience in hunting big game in Africa for the sheer thrill of it. Pierre Decoster is one of the few. Decoster is interested in more than just Africas game; hes interested in its culture, people, and in being on a continent that is by all counts fifty years behind the rest of the world. These are the magnets that have drawn... Read More
$39.95

Quest for Africa's Tomorrows (Ltd)

by Fred Duckworth & Elise van der Heijden

Fred Duckworths first book, beautifully illustrated with artwork by his wife, Elise, met with great success. As before, his approach is refreshing, for he seldom uses aliases for hunting clients and fellow PHs, and he recounts events as he experienced them, warts and all, without varnish. He is probably best known for his PH work in Ethiopia, Tanzania, and the Central African Republic, but he hunted elsewhere as well. You will find... Read More
$85.00

Great Whitetail Hunts

by Ken Dunwoody (editor)

What would it be like to go on exciting hunts with some of Americas most successful hunters? Youll find out as you follow some of the countrys best hunters and look over their shoulders as they take their most memorable trophy whitetails. This exciting and entertaining book delves into the strategies and tactics these veteran hunters used to outmaneuver the great bucks and bring them down. The reader has the rare opportunity to look into the minds of top hunters from... Read More
$19.95

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

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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Journals of Andrew J. Stone

by R Margaret Frisina (editor)

New York City was abuzz on 3 April 1903; Andrew J. Stone, world-renowned Arctic explorer and hunter-naturalist, was fted with a dinner/reception at the American Museum of Natural History. The East Mammal Hall was festooned with many specimens obtained by Stone on his three major expeditions into British Columbia, the Northwest Territories, and Alaska. While Stone was widely known and highly acclaimed in his timeone of the original members... Read More
$39.95

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

Obsessed!

by Hossein Soudy Golabchi

At Safari Press we have only published a few sheep hunting books in the past. However, those few have been by most standards the best sheep hunting books published in the last forty years. And we are adding one more, this time by Soudy Golabchi. There is no person we know of who has hunted in the Pamirs for Marco Polo more than Soudy. Besides having numerous poli over 60 inches, he has hunted sheep in just about every... Read More
$85.00

Bwana Babu Kwaheri

by Dr. Joseph Greenfield

Dr. Joe Greenfield, a quail-hunter-at-heart, was enticed to Africa by his longtime friend and hunting buddy, professional hunter Joey OBannon. What Joey couldnt change was his quirky attitude toward becoming a big-game hunter. While Bwana Babu (Master Grandfather) eventually became very excited about hunting Cape buffalohe even proclaimed himself to be an Africa nuthe never became interested in... Read More
$39.95

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

Bwana Babu

by Dr. Joseph Greenfield

Many hunters have gone to Africa, but Dr. Greenfield went to Africa with a different attitude. He wanted to learn more about the continent and its wildlife . . . and he wanted to hunt buffalo. First stop, the Serengeti. He became so enthralled with hunting Africas "Black Death" that he immediately signed up for another Cape buffalo hunt. Gradually he began to hunt other game, specifically elephant and lion... Read More

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The British Boxlock Gun & Rifle

by Diggory Hadoke

The boxlock is largely dismissed in shooting circles as a "trade gun"-a mid-to-low grade tool that is worthy but dull. Few people appreciate the boxlock's excellence in terms of its mechanical simplicity, reliability, and safety; this is a wonderful Victorian invention with numerous derivatives. The boxlock has been produced in greater quantities as both shotgun and rifle than any other single break-open, sporting-gun design-in all qualities-for over 130 years, and it is still going strong... Read More
$50.00

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

British Cartridge Manufacturers

by William Harding

This is a reference book written for collectors, and it contains much historical information that, in many instances, would have been lost forever had it not been documented here. Many of the companies that once produced these collectors items no longer exist. The aim of this book, which is the third and last of a series, is to record data on these cartridge manufacturers and loaders, of which today only a handful ... Read More
$70.00

Birmingham Cartridge Manufacturers

by William Harding

Traditionally more ammo was made in Birmingham in the United Kingdom than anywhere else. The manufacturers there included the most illustrious names in the Empire, and their shells were used for tigers in India, ptarmigan in the Yukon, and the war against the Mahdi in Khartoum. This in-depth review of the former munitions companies in Birmingham includes a social history as well as... Read More
$70.00

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

Hunting the Alaskan High Arctic

by Scott Haugen

Haugen has faced man-eating lions in Africa and has hunted in the worlds most challenging terrain, but he came closest to death in an Arctic storm. Alaskaa hunters paradise set in an unforgiving climaterequired Haugen to sharpen his prowess as he pursued polar bear, caribou, grizzly, wolverine, moose, Fannin and Dall sheep, tundra wolf, and white fox. Stationed as teachers in the remotest parts of Alaska... Read More
$34.95

That's Africa

by Anno Hecker

Anno Hecker arrived in Tanzania in 1955, fell in love with Africa, and decided to stay. He applied for a job with the tsetse department as a field officer, served as a tsetse control officer and an honorary game warden, and taught at the Game Warden Training Centre, College of African Wildlife Management. In the 1980s, when a friend wounded an elephant, he asked his professional hunter, a Masai, whether he... Read More
$40.00

Beyond the Mountains

by Bela Hidvegi

The author is likely Hungary's most prominent international hunter and is often seen at hunting conventions around the world. He has hunted throughout much of Africa, North and South America, Europe, and Asia, but then so have many others. What makes this book interesting are the personal anecdotes: How he bailed himself out time and again from tricky situations like being stuck in the middle of nowhere with no chance of transport out for days or his scrapes with... Read More

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Sunlight and Shadows

by Gene Hill

Gene Hill's essays transcend the bounds of the writer-reader relationship. He tugs at your shirtsleeve and pulls you along on a magnificent journey to that mystical covert over the next rise or to that last bend in the riverplaces you've long wanted to explore. Sit back, now, and enjoy those places with one of America's finest outdoor writers... Read More
$24.50

Camp-Fires in the Canadian Rockies

by William T. Hornaday

Join early Boone and Crockett Club members William T. Hornaday and John M. Phillips as they travel through the mountains of British Columbia by horseback on an expedition in 1905 to collect museum specimens and to hunt the region's various big-game animals. Readers will be delighted with the 70 high-quality photographs taken by Phillips more than a hundred years ago. The images complement Hornaday's prose, which is highly... Read More
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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
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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
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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
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Born to Hunt

by Gary Ingersoll

To say that Gary Ingersoll is an accomplished hunter is like saying Mohammed Ali was a good boxer. Initially, Gary hunted only in North America during the time when most hunting clothes consisted of an old pair of jeans and a military surplus jacket. He was one of the very first hunters to obtain the North American... Read More
$49.95

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

Ask the Grizzly/Brown Bear Guides

by J. Y. Jones

When writing the manuscript for Ask the Brown Bear/Grizzly Guides, the author discovered far more interest in the big bears than for any of the other animals in the Ask The Guides series so far. The interviews tended to run longer because of the enthusiasm of the guides for the unique hunts they do, and, consequently, the length of this book is noticeably longer. Many of the guides had... Read More
$29.95

Ask the Mule Deer Guides

by J. Y. Jones

The Ask the Guides series of books, authored by J. Y. Jones, is the most successful series of North American hunting books ever published by Safari Press. The books are thorough, rely on the most trusted and reliable guides in the industry, and give a huge amount of information that simply cannot be acquired by any one person or even a few authors in a lifetime... Read More
$24.95

Ask the Black Bear Guides

by J. Y. Jones

Black bears number close to one million animals on the North American continent, and their population is larger than any other bear species on earth. They range from Mexico to Alaska, and just as the terrain they inhabit is diverse, so are the hunting tactics for obtaining a bear. Black bears are hunted with hounds, by spot-and-stalk, from a boat, by calling them in, and by baiting them... Read More
$24.95

Ask the Whitetail Guides

by J. Y. Jones

Anybody can write a book of whitetail-hunting tactics based on his experience. But no matter how talented the writer is and how often he hunts, that book will only ever be the experiences of one person, which means that it will also be limited. Jones, on the other hand, asked no less then eighteen prominent, longstanding, reputable whitetail guides how they like to hunt their favorite game animal, with the result that... Read More
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One Man, One Rifle, One Land

by J. Y. Jones

Over 25 years ago, J. Y. Jones started his North American big-game hunting career, which ultimately evolved into a quest to take all the huntable species and subspecies of North America with the same .30-06 rifle. Few hunters have enjoyed such a variety hunting experiences, which range from the polar bear of the high Arctic to the jaguar of the lowland jungles of Mexico. His stories include hunting for... Read More
$65.00

Gun Notes: Vol I

by Elmer Keith

From 1961 till the late 1970s Elmer Keith was a regular contributor to Guns & Ammo magazine with a monthly column entitled "Gun Notes." This book contains the best of his articles during this period and is entirely devoted to pistols, revolvers, bolt-actions, and double rifles, shotguns, ammunition, loads, bullets, and accessories. Keith was a master storyteller as well as a most observant gun expert. He was one of the country's best-known... Read More
$39.95

Gamemasters of the World

by Chris Klineburger

The name Klineburger is synonymous with the era of international big-game hunting following WW II. From a humble beginning in Arizona, the three Klineburger brothersGene, Chris, and Bertbuilt up one of the worlds largest hunting agencies and taxidermy firms in the world. They are also credited with opening hunting in many different countries, and in the process they did an extraordinary amount of hunting for... Read More
$50.00

Kambaku!

by Harry Manners

This is the enduring life story of Harry Manners, one of the greatest elephant hunters of all time. Harry Manners was born in Grootfontein, South Africa, on 17 November 1917 to an English father and a German mother. When young Harry was six, his family moved to Loureno Marques, then the capital of Portuguese East Africa, now Mozambique, where his father worked as a shipping agent. Harry shot his first elephant when still a teenager using an old 10.75mm Mauser rifle, and he was so successful-the elephant had tusks of over eighty pounds per side-that this set him on his course for life... Read More
$39.95

The Hunting Blackbeards of Botswana

by Gavin Blackbeard with Brian Marsh (editor)

Unlike Kenya and Tanzania with their traditional tented-camp safaris, Botswana is thought to be a latecomer to the modern safari industry, which is actually not true. Although Botswana started blooming only when hunting became more restricted in East Africa, it has always been a top-notch location for a host of specialized antelope and all members of the Big Five except for the rhino. From the time Francis Blackbeard... Read More
$70.00

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
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Atkin, Grant & Lang

by Don Masters

Don Masters was a leading figure in the British gunmaking business for decades. His previous book on the Churchill gun company received universal praise. Well known for his accurate and meticulous research, Masters has undertaken a detailed study of the gunmakers that would eventually be known as Atkin, Grant & Lang. But this book is more than a simple chronicle of the firms of Henry Atkin... Read More
$69.95

Wild and Fair

by Thomas McIntyre

Thomas McIntyre has brought together some of the finest outdoor writers to create this anthology of hunting big game in North America. These original stories cover all North American big-gamefrom moose and bear in Alaska to sheep and mule deer in the Lower 48; it even contains a hunt for muskox. The writers include Stephen Bodio, author of Eagle Dreams; David Petzal of Field & Stream; Craig Boddington... Read More
$34.95

Metallic Cartridge Handloading (Sc)

by M.L. Mic McPherson

Mic McPherson has written one of those books you only see once every so many decades; it literally contains everything that you need to know about reloading a rifle or handgun cartridge from A through Z. McPhersons credentials are very impressive (editor of various books on cartridges, consultant to Barnes Bullets, has authored hundreds of articles and reloaded a few hundred thousand rounds), but... Read More
$39.95

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

From Himalayas to Rockies L

by Dr. R. Mitchell and Dr. M. Frisina

From the small urial sheep of the Middle East to the mighty 60-plus-inch argali to the majestic Rocky Mountain ram, it is fair to say that no other class of animal evokes such great passions in hunters as do the wild sheep of the world. The authors of this book have established a definitive classification for every species and subspecies of sheep, which is the first time in more than forty years anyone has attempted... Read More
$79.95

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

Footsteps of an Ivory Hunter (Ltd)

by Ian R. Nyschens

Those who have read Months of the Sun know that Ian Nyschens's life is one of the most incredible stories ever recorded in the history of African elephant and ivory hunting. It is fair to say that no man since World War II has had a more compelling tale. Since the publication of his first book, numerous people who knew Ian have told us that not all of his incredible adventures were written... Read More
$85.00

Months of the Sun

by Ian Nyschens

Ian Nyschens (pronounced "nations") shot as many elephants as Walter Bell didwell over 1,000and under much more difficult circumstances. His book will rank or surpass the best elephant-ivory hunting books published in the twentieth century. Remarkably, his adventures took place much later than the likes of Bell, Sutherland, Neumann, and others. The stories of his hunts with his double rifle are... Read More
$100.00

Hunting on Three Continents with Jack O'Connor

by Jack O'Connor

During the years 1973 to 1977, Jack O'Connor wrote for Petersen's Hunting Magazine, and in 1987 Safari Press obtained the rights to take the best material of the old master from that period and make it into a book. The original 1987 edition had thirty chapters in it, but it did not contain all of the stories JOC wrote for Petersen. That has now been remedied with this new and expanded edition, which has a further... Read More
$59.95

I Killed for a Living

by Etienne Oggeri

Vietnam was once known as a paradise for big game, and Etienne Oggeri, the last living PH from Vietnam, grew up and hunted in what was known as French Indochina. As we all know, the Vietnam was destroyed by civil war, and only recently has it opened to hunting once more, and that on a limited basis. Thus, to have someone with Oggeris background write his memoirs of big-game hunting in French Indochina is... Read More
$35.00

Make Every Shot Count!

by J. Scott Olmsted

We all like to think we are pretty good with a rifle in the field. But we all have limits. Of course, most of us can punch holes in the ten-ring off the bench, but conditions on the range differ greatly from real life. And it's not too difficult for most of us to make an 80-yard shot from a solid rest in the field. But when that big mule deer appears at the head of the canyon 250 yards away, when your rifle is buffeted by a monster cross-wind... Read More
$29.95

Sports Afield's Book of Hunting and Shooting Records & Facts

by Jens Perto

Did you know that a single German prince in the 1600s killed more than 31,000 wild boars over his lifetime? Have you heard of Sasha Siemel, who dispatched some 300 jaguars using only a spear? Did you know that the biggame animal that lives at the highest altitude is not a wild sheep or ibex, but a yak? Or that the longest recorded successful shot at a prairie dog is 3,125 yards? Incredible but True is an entertaining and eclectic collection of remarkable feats, surprising facts, interesting trivia, and sensational coincidences from... Read More

German Hunting Guns of the Golden Era

by Hans Pfingsten

In this book you will find the history of break-open shotguns, rifles, drillings, and other combination guns produced in Germany during the period of 1840-1940. German guns built before 1939 exhibit a high level of quality and finish. Collectors marvel at the subtle lines and superb... Read More
$75.00

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

Mzee Never Miss

by William Pritchard

One of the ironies of the hunting world is that, by the time many hunters have enough money and time to go on long, expensive hunts, they feel they are too old to do so. William R. Dr. Bill Pritchard, however, blows this assumption out of the water. His new book, Mzee Never Miss, is subtitled How to do the hard hunts in your 60s, 70s, and 80s, and Pritchard has done just that, going on numerous mountain... Read More
$40.00

The Dangerous Game

by Walt Prothero

Protheros latest entertaining saga, The Dangerous Game, tells us of modern day, true-to-life actual encounters with dangerous animals in Africa, North America, and Asia. As he says, "when a tracker in Mozambique gets tossed into a thorn tree by an enraged buffalo, this is sensational however you tell it. The simple truth is often more sensational than anything we can construct with words." With his... Read More
$39.95

Sixty Years a Hunter

by Bill Quimby

To the hunting world Bill Quimby is best known as the longtime editor of SCIs Safari magazine. In this position Quimby had the chance to hunt on multiple continents for all the sundry game animals found there. In this book he tells us of hunts across North and South America; South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, and other parts of Africa; Spain; Mongolia; and New Zealand. Also included is Quimbys successful... Read More
$39.95

Royal Quest

by Bill Quimby

His Imperial Highness Prince Abdorreza of Iran was an internationally known big-game hunter famous for his startling world records and the diverse nature of his hunts. He began his hunting career at an early age on the outskirts of Teheran, shooting birds and rabbits; from there he graduated to the most stellar hunting career ever seen. Prince Abdorreza was the first hunter after WWII to hunt Marco Polo sheep in... Read More
$100.00

Big Game Shooting in Alaska

by Capt. C. R. E. Radclyffe

Captain Radclyffe was an English gentleman-hunter who visited Alaska in 1903. He bagged Dall sheep on the Kenai Peninsula, back then a relatively new destination for sport hunting. He shot excellent brown bear and moose, one