What line of work are you in
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12-17-2010, 03:52 AM #21
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I have been in the car wash business for 21 years,USPS straight truck mail contractor for 35 years and West Wind Courier Service inc since 1984.
12-17-2010, 09:16 AM #22
- Member of sci ont hunter&angler
- Hunted canada usa namibia
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I work as a millwright (maintenance ) in a auto plant in the paint shop, have been there for 25 years.
12-17-2010, 11:51 AM #23
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- Hunted USA Canada south africa
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I am a jouneyman electrician / millwright and the maintenance manager for a large hardware companys distrabution center for the last 25 years
12-17-2010, 02:26 PM #24
- Hunted Namibia, Kyrgyzstan South Africa
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My wife and I own and run a retail jewelry store. I managed it for 10 years and then bought it 14 years ago. I cut colored gemstones
to help pay for my hunting and fishing addictions. I'm also a jeweler and gemmologist. Bruce
12-20-2010, 08:14 PM #25
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Retired high school biology teacher. I've been retired since 2000 and loving it. I've only hunted michigan, colorado, and wyoming but, looking forward to africa soon.
12-20-2010, 09:08 PM #26
- Member of Terrace Rod and Gun Club
- Hunted Canada, New Zealand
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I work in the school system with children with disabilities.
12-23-2010, 04:30 PM #27
- Member of SCI, NRA,Oregon Hunters Assoc.
- Hunted USA, Zimbabwe, Australia and soon Mozambique
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I farm, we raise Grass Seed which is our main crop: Ryegrass and Tall Fescue For Forage and Turf, so if you need to plant a lawn or a pasture contact me.We also grow a little Wheat and a crop called Meadowfoam we harvest the seed and then we crush the seed for the oil and the oil is used in cosmetics
03-17-2011, 05:02 PM #28
- Member of Double Rifle Shooter's Society, Life NAHC, NRA,SCI
- Hunted Us, Canada,Zambia, Zimbabwe, South America
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I've been retired since Feb 1996 from 31 years with American Airlines. Before that I wore many hats from my first job on my grand father's Texas hill country ranch, to a paper boy in the little town near our ranch, and to heavy equipment Operator on some very large projects in two countries,to 18 months in the US Army,and back to heavy equiptment, till the age of 28 years of age when I went to work for AAL as an aircraft maintenance technician,a skill I got in the Army, and finished with them as a crew chief coordinator at D/FW till I retired.DUGABOY1 www.doublerifleshooterssociety.com
"If I die today I have had a life well spent, for I have been to see the elephant, and smelled the smoke of Africa" qt by Damon(mac) McCartney
03-17-2011, 10:25 PM #29
- Member of PHASA
- Hunted Sweden, USA, Brazil, Mexico.,
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I use to be a electrical engineer with the biggest electrical company in Africa for 13 years now i am the owner and one of the guides for the best hunting company in Africa going 18 years.
03-18-2011, 07:19 AM #30
I'm Greg and I run the Global Supply Chain Operations for Federal-Moguls Global Aftermarket Automotive. I'm officed Southfield Michigan USA.
I am a physician, anesthesiologist to be exact.
03-30-2011, 09:28 AM #32
- Member of NWTF, RMEF, SCI, NRA LIfe
- Hunted Namibia, Canada, U.S.A.
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I am a sixth-grade social studies teacher. I also have done wedding photography for the last 10 years. Wedding photography paid for my first African safari.
I am starting a hunting consultant business as well. My website will be up in the next few weeks (hopefully).
07-22-2011, 07:43 PM #33
- Member of NRA Endowment Member, NRA Heritage Foundation Member, NRA Youth Hunter Education Benefactor Member, New Beginners to Waterfowling Board Member, Anglers for Conservation Member
- Hunted USA, RSA, Canada, Alaska
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Hi, I would be happy to work with all of you when the need arises. I myself am a professional ecologist. I conduct environmental assessments, and advise on environmental and resource permitting/compliance. I am also experienced in matters of wildlife biology, habitats, wetland and soil science, mitigation, and other related issues. I have over 14 years of experience working to help my clients satisfy state and federal regulatory compliance and permitting. I also work as the principle scientist for Florida Waterfowlers, and really enjoy working to improve wildlife habitat on private lands. I can support your efforts to improve your hunting land or perhaps a club you belong to or a lease you and your friends have. Thanks much.
07-22-2011, 09:39 PM #34
- Member of SCI, NRA, RMEF & CBA
- Hunted Namibia, South Africa, Finland & USA
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I am the business manager for a drilling company based in western Colorado. We perform rotary and core drilling primarily for mining companies. We have clients in Wyoming, Utah and Colorado. In addition to drilling we also plug holes from water wells to oil & gas wells. Our services keep people like bigred in business. Prior to this position I was a commercial banker for 20 years.
07-23-2011, 02:09 AM #35
Retired from the US Army in 2003 after 29 years, and have been a VP and General Manager in a large defense corporation for the last eight. Let me know if you need to outfit a small or large army!"We sleep peaceably in our beds because rough men stand ready in the
night to visit violence on those who would do us harm" Winston Churchill
07-23-2011, 02:53 AM #36
- Member of SSAA
- Hunted Australia, Zimbabwe, RSA, NZ, UK.
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Currently a Paramedic. Ex-regular army (armoured recon), security guard, backpacker, transport clerk, court clerk, justice of the peace, university student and aged care provider.Time spent in Reconnaisance is never wasted.
07-23-2011, 06:22 AM #37
- Member of SSAA, NZDA
- Hunted Germany, NZ, Australia
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GP in NSW, Australia. If you get sick on an Australia hunt, let me know (ditto if you want to hunt deer. They seriously need culling in some places. Went out last week, saw 26 reds and 14 fallow between 6.00 and 9.00am. 2 of the latter now inhabit my freezer). Way back I was an officer in the Light Infantry (Jaeger) in the German Bundeswehr.Overkill is underestimated!
07-23-2011, 06:27 AM #38
I am a winemaker in the Western Cape South Africa. Anybody want to import wine? My leave days I spend with clients on our Game farm in the Freestate.
07-23-2011, 06:30 AM #39
- Member of SCI
- Hunted Africa/Canada/United States
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I retired from the US Navy in 2002 and now a Program Manager building Aircraft Carriers. Let me know if you need some big guns for your next warthog hunt.
07-23-2011, 07:14 AM #40
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I am a physician, specifically a "family doctor," board certified in Family Medicine. After 5 grueling years in private practice being on call every other night and working every other Saturday and Sunday, where I made alot of money but had no time to enjoy it (or my family), I sold out of my practice and became the medical director for a state university student medical center in my hometown in southeast Georgia. I see 20 patients a day and supervise a staff of 65 medical professionals, including another physician, 5 nurse practitioners, and a physician assistant. We have a student population of over 20,000 and see around 130-140 patients a day, so as I like to tell people "I am busier than I used to be between the hours of 8 and 5, but after that my time is MINE!" No call, no weekend work= more time to hunt and spend with friends and family. I work occasionally at an urgent care center, and even cover for my old partner sometimes in my old private practice, to keep my other skills sharp. I also volunteer once to twice a month at a local indigent care "free" clinic. Had I not made this change, I would have be 60 or older before I could make a trip to Africa--if ever.
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