Hunters’ choices in rifles and equipment for Africa are changing.
Faster, flatter rifles and more camp guns are among the trends.
Choosing the right destination for your Cape buffalo hunt.
Most hunters who dream of Africa want to hunt buffalo.
The “gray ghost” is one of Africa’s most widespread antelope species.
But some regions are better than others.
Where to find “the most ruggedly handsome animal in Africa.”
Waterbuck are also surprisingly good table fare.
Is there such a thing?
Yes, but you need to choose your hunt carefully.
On a muskox hunt, you have many options for timing.
Keep the weather, and the daylight, in mind.
Warthogs are common, but big ones aren’t easy to find.
Mozambique may be among the best spots to find one.
How to make sure your leopard is “dead under the tree.”
Larger calibers are not always the answer.
What’s best for buffalo hunting: open sights, red dots, or scopes?
Boddington’s choice may surprise you.
Africa’s second-largest antelope often takes hunters by surprise.
When it appears, be ready.
Catch him on land, and this member of the Dangerous Seven is a worthy adversary,
Hippos are common in and along many African waterways.
All about hunting the various types of wildebeest.
These animals have interesting horns and excellent meat.