Cape Buffalo Kill in Botswana

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  1. AfricaHunting.com

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    Damn solid buff took loads of lead !!!

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    That sounds like Clive Eaton behind the camera.
     
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    What, no charge!!:D

    Just kidding:D
     
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    Interesting. Buffs are solid animals that do not go down easily.

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    Am I the only one who thought the camera man was in danger from the PH pointing his double back over his shoulder?
    Also how do others feel about the "approach" footage with the camera rolling whilst pointing up the barrels?
    Clearly re-in acted? I hope but not really my thing.
     
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    I liked the video!

    Fr8liner, I see what you mean but I think your being a little too critical. lets face it, if you have a group of moving together with firearms your bound to have muzzle pointed your way once or twice. as long as fingers aren't on those triggers I don't usually freak out (you should still try to avoid pointing a gun at people). as for the reenacted parts, I thought they were in good taste.

    overall the video was fun to watch and the animal appears to have been brought down safely.

    here is another vid of him taking a crippled elephant:


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