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A Hunting Heritage

A. Phillips (editor)

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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...
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A HUNTING HERITAGE
Fifty Years of Shikar-Safari Club International
edited by A. Phillips

2002 Ohio, 597pp, color and b&w photos, 9x12, hardcover
ISBN: 978-1-57157-148-9

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. The animals pursued range from mule deer to elephant. In between there are bighorn sheep, bongo, lion, leopard, polar bear, elk, and many other of the world's most sought-after trophies from Asia, Africa, and the Americas.

The contributors read like a who's who of the hunting world, including some very interesting historical names, now departed, who wrote stories for the club in earlier times, as well as many current and active members: William Bond, John LaGarde, Ian Henderson, Elgin Gates, Guy Coheleach, Ricardo Medem, Harry Tennison, Butch White, Robert Lee, Rudolf Sand, Fred Huntington, Bert Klineburger, Watson Yoshimoto, Pete Papac, Basie Maartens, Sherwin Scott, Lynn Castle, and Robert Speegle, to name but a few! There are many more contributors, in all over 115 different stories.

The book is printed on coated paper, over 90 percent of the photos are in color, and it is in a large format of 9x12 inches. Please note: Only 1,000 copies of this book have been printed, 500 of which have been sold to the members of the club, which leaves only 500 copies for sale! Once these are gone, there will be no more available.

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