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

by Rowland Ward

The Book, the name by which Rowland Ward’s Records of Big Game is known to all hunters around the world, is the oldest record book in existence and is universally accepted as the standard in the measurement of trophy animals.  

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

by Rowland Ward

The Book, the name by which Rowland Ward’s Records of Big Game is known to all hunters around the world, is the oldest record book in existence and is universally accepted as the standard in the measurement of trophy animals.  

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$100.00
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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

Wild Heart of Africa

by Rolf Baldus (Editor)

The Selous, the world famous game reserve in southern Tanzania, is the largest protected wildlife area in the world. It was specifically created for hunting and is, in fact, not often visited by photographic tourists. It is from the Selous that the greatest tuskers in Tanzania and some of the best leopard and lion trophies have come. There are no people living within its boundaries, and it contains some of the... Read More
$70.00

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

Between Two Fires

by Fiona C. Capstick

Margarete Trappe was many things: She was the first woman to become a professional hunter in Africa, she spied for General von Lettow Vorbeck during World War I, she lost her farm, Momella, twice to the authorities, and she had pretty much a disastrous marriage. Despite it all, she kept a fantastic demeanor. She guided the nobility and royalty of... Read More
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Some Lions I Have Met

by Gordon Cundill

It amazes us that one PH should be able to rack up such an incredible amount of experience with lions, but Gordon has done itand with flair, style, and then some. On a hunt in Mozambique with a client and a fellow PH, the client shot a nice bull buffalo. When the client and the PH went back later in the day to collect the trophy, they found a pride of lions sitting on the buffalo. In the panic that ensued, the client snapped off a hasty shot that was deemed to have hit the lion but not in a deadly place. Neither PH nor client were very experienced and were rather reluctant to enter the long grass. Their solution? They flattened the vegetation surrounding the dead bull... Read More
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A Thousand Trails Through Africa

by Isabel De Quintanilla

Isabel de Quintanilla married famed PH Tony Sanchez-Ario in 1963, and rather than wait for him at home she decided to go along to see what Africa was like during the immediate post-WWII period. Once she became comfortable in that milieu, she was not content just to watch what her husband did on a daily basisshe also decided to give hunting a chance. This is her account of the countries she visited and hunted in over the last forty years: Guinea, Cameroon... Read More
$35.00

A Far From Ordinary Life

by Fred Duckworth

The story begins with Freds birth in old colonial-style Calcutta to British parents in 1934 during his fathers fifteen-month shikar there to hunt big game. His fathers work as a civil engineer with the East African Rails & Harbours placed the family in the middle of Kenya elephant countrythe ultimate being at the right place at the right time with the right people. With his .470 Nitro Express in hand, he took his son in pursuit of worthy tuskers and, later, tiger and markhor... Read More
$60.00

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
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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

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
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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

Rowland Ward's Records of Big Game 29th Edn. Africa

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
$85.00

Sportsman's Handbook, XVI Edition

by Rowland Ward

This pocket-size book, meant to be carried in the field, is extremely practical. It will supply you with immediate information as to the minimum score for any species covered in the Rowland Ward record book and the largest trophy recorded. It has color drawings, distribution maps, and the measurements and tracks of Africas game animals. There is an explanation of the RW measurement system and all its various methods of measuring the different species. This is an extremely practical, handy book to have in... Read More
$20.00

Rowland Ward's Records of Big Game 28th Edn. Vol. 2

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
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