monish
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    1. bebo
      bebo
      Hello Monish,
      What's the .470 JR ?
      What are the main difference with the .470 NE ?
      Thanks
    2. SAFalconer
      SAFalconer
      Hi Monish I have read with great interest your articles on hunting with Caracal and Cheetah. I was wondering if you had more information on these subjects as I am very interested in learning more about it. Thanks in advance. SAFalconer.
    3. sondhi470
      sondhi470
      HI Monish am finally planning a trip to Africa and ideally would like to shoot a good sized cape, lord derby eland and lots of wing shooting if possible? Any suggestions on the places where the best trophies are available and hard working hunting outfits are requested.....and I picked up a 375 h&h royal double along the way so am now itching to go!!
      Best
      Sondhi
    4. Mir Babu
      Mir Babu
      Assante bwana (thank you sir). I am new to this site and will take some time to get used to it. Jambo
    5. Ibexhunter
      Ibexhunter
      Hi Monish!

      How are You!
      I have a very good hunt last year!
      You are wellcom!

      Regards
      Igor
    6. TAU-NKWE SAFARIS
      TAU-NKWE SAFARIS
      Good Morning Monish
      How are you? Are you ready for your safari next year my friend.

      Benno
    7. TAU-NKWE SAFARIS
      TAU-NKWE SAFARIS
      Hi Monish
      Just a call did you get my last mail.

      Hunting Greetings
      Benno
    8. CJHuntDVD
      CJHuntDVD
      Hello Monish
      How you doing? Is everything ok on your side?
    9. DUGABOY1
      DUGABOY1
      Monish, sorry it has taken so long to get back to you, I just noticed your post! I seldom come on this website, and frankly I find it hard to navagate this website. I hope this gets to you as I'm not sure this is the way to answer your question about the DRSS.

      All you have to do to become a member of the DRSS is to have an interest in double rifles, and put the DRSS in your signature line everyplace where you post. There are no fees or requirements except to act as a gentlemen when posting as a member of this DRSS brotherhood.

      You can click on the website at Double Rifle Shooters Society and then click on Becoming a member. The website is run by Paul Hawk, and is a work in progress, but is behind because Paul lost his wife to cancer a while back, and has lost interest in the website.

      Good hunting, and welcome to the DRSS!
      ..................Mac
    10. andriesdeklerk
      andriesdeklerk
      Let me know if you think of selling it. Or better yet come and hunt with it if you decide to join me for a hunt in the Freestate.
    11. andriesdeklerk
      andriesdeklerk
      Now to safe up for a 470NE Double with ejectors!
    12. andriesdeklerk
      andriesdeklerk
      In my gallery. Click on my profile and go to my fotos. Its the last entry.
    13. andriesdeklerk
      andriesdeklerk
      Hi Monish
      Posted a foto of my Sabi rifles, if you like then check it out.
      Cheers Andries
    14. visu14in
      visu14in
      Dear Big Brother,

      Now i am a reputed member of this site,kindly share all your experienced which you got to hunt, share me.I think to buy a automatic rifle.Plz suggest.
    15. andriesdeklerk
      andriesdeklerk
      I must have the dates wrong. I stick to reading only one book by an author on African hunting. Was truly disappointed with Ruark's book on 'Use enough gun' which was the same as 'Horn of the hunter'! I am looking forward to more of your articles!
    16. andriesdeklerk
      andriesdeklerk
      If I am not mistaken TR's book on his African Safari has a summary in the back of all the animals that was taken on safari. Here there are a reference to Kermit shooting 3 elephant, also and limited to the fact that is has not much merit is Wilbur Smiths book assegai that also refers to Kermit 3 elephant. But Wilbur unfortunately turns nonfiction into bull**** fiction. Still he must have had some kind of reference to be able to conger this up. Last mentioned has me wondering on the size on this elephant for TR seems to propagate only his own feats and rarely refers to Kermit’s. I can only think of one which was the fact that he said how successful Kermit was on cheetah. Thanks for shedding some light and I would appreciate if you can confirm what I just mentioned, for I am not with my beloved book at this time. Thanks again for your timely response
    17. andriesdeklerk
      andriesdeklerk
      Hi Monish
      You seem like a man that knows his history. Do you know of any detail on the 3 elephants Kermit shot on his hunt with his father in 1912 in East Africa?
    18. ibie
      ibie
      Hy sir please could you come back to me on the skopes and gear

      All the best...
      Ibie
    19. monish
      monish
      Popo,

      Thanks for all your kind words, I am more than happy to know that you did relish the write ups on the Great Hunters of the yesteryears, who did explore the wilderness of AFRICA . Knowing about these veterans is a obsession with me and I have learnt al ot by reading about thier exploits & experiences & has really helped me in inculcate hunting ethics & ettiquettes.

      Thanks again shall strive & put forth more about the great hunters...

      Monish
    20. Popo
      Popo
      Monish,
      I have been reading your articles and what a treasurer of hunting history etc. Really informative and educating. I love hunting and reading what others have done and gone through, makes me love sport more and more. Congratulations for your dedication to keep us all informed wit the past that many of us were not aware of.
      Cheers,
      Popo.
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    Gender:
    Male
    State/Province of residence:
    Rajasthan
    Country of residence:
    INDIA
    How did you find AfricaHunting.com?:
    Web search
    I am a:
    • Hunter
    • Hunting consultant
    Member of:
    AfricaHunting.com
    Have you hunted in Africa?:
    Yes
    Number of times I have hunted in Africa:
    6
    My favorite African country:
    Tanzania, Kenya, South Africa
    Hunted:
    Tanzania, Nepal, Canada,
    Species I have hunted in Africa:
    Plains game, Leopard, Cape Buffalo
    My best African Trophy:
    none remarkable as yet
    My favorite African trophies:
    Cape Buffalo, Leopard
    My preferred weapon(s):
    .375 H&H Magnum by Weatherby
    What weapon(s) do you hunt with?:
    • Rifle
    • Shotgun
    • Muzzleloader
    My preferred optic(s):
    Swarovski, weatherby optics , binocs by nikon
    Gear I cannot live without:
    .375 H&H Mag. by Weatherby,buck 110 knife
    My best hunting tip:
    never drink and hunt & respect the sport of hunting
    My other interests:
    Riding,polo, trap shooting ,rifle target shooting , trekking & wildlife
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      Hi Zagger, This great hubter is Mr. E. Ajay Kumar Reddy , and this maneater was shot in 1955 in Central India in the forests of Bastar in the state of Madhya Pradesh .... Monish