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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

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

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

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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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

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

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
$135.00

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

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

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

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
$200.00

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

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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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

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

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

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
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