Piet Nel boer op ń plaas tussen Fraserburg en Sutherland. Hy jag al vir die afgelope 10 jaar jakkalse en rooikatte. Die area waar hy jag is hoofsaaklik die Noordkaap en Weskaap. Sy kostes is as volg: Nagfooi is R500.00 Jakkals/Rooikat R1000.00 per kop. Reiskoste is R4.00 per kilometer Tel:072 698 4906 (slegs WhatsApp) Email: […]
Jaco Vivier is van Beaufort-Wes en skiet al 21 jaar probleemdiere en gebruik al die nuutste tegnologie en roep tegnieke. Hy jag hoofsaaklik in die Weskaap, Ooskaap en Noordkaap.Sy Kostes is as volg:Nagfooi R2500 per nag en sluit in 2 jakkalse en 100km.Jakkalse geskiet meer as 2 per nag is R1000 per kop.Km gery meer […]
Outfitters 4 Africa in George and Worcester are official importers and distributors of Sightmark optics. View the Sightmark categories, red dot sites and rifle scopes, while there read and leave an online review. Introduced in 2007 at the Shot Show and founded to meet the changing needs of the outdoor industry and its customers. One […]
The benefits of participating in shooting activities have measurable health benefits, both physical and mental. Shooting different platforms of firearms builds physical discipline, as well as increased strength, stamina, hand/eye coordination, and fine and gross motor skills. Here are some benefits of shooting that not only make you better athlete, but enjoy a healthier life: […]
The rapid ascent of the 6.5 Creedmoor in recent years has ignited the 6.5 Creedmoor vs 308 debate among hunters. Here’s what you need to know about these two cartridges. I think most shooters agree that the .308 Winchester and 6.5 Creedmoor are both fantastic cartridges for competition shooting. While the .308 Winchester has been […]
Newfoundland is one of the few places in the Western world where a hunter can take multiple big game species during a single adventure. Those who put a woodland caribou, moose and black bear on the skinning pole within one season are considered to have completed the Newfoundland Grand Slam.
The spiral-horned antelope of the African continent fall under what is known as ‘the bushbuck tribe’, or tragelaphini. Members of the tribe include the bushbuck, sitatunga, nyala, mountain nyala, lesser kudu, greater kudu, bongo, common eland and derby or giant eland.
Every day, local hunting outfitters and organizations receive a number of hostile e-mails and phone calls decrying their contribution to the deterioration of endangered animal species, begging them to rather focus on animal conservation, or bombarding them with threats.