Hi, I've read a few threads on here in preparation for Africa, I had a few specific questions so decided to sign up. ..... I'm in the UK. I hunt Roe Deer mainly (3 - 4 times a week) + the occasional muntjac (they are new to my area), Red deer when I have time, Fallow likewise and foxes when they pop their little ginger heads! I have always lived in the country and hunted, as my father was a forestry manager. In fact during the 70's he was a parks warden in Swaziland. He always promised to trek me back but due to ill health has never managed it. I hold all the UK deer (large game) management qualifications and occasionally guide guests in the UK. I have only been to Africa when I was in the Army (now that's a different type of hunting). I have started to work all over the world and my company manufactures some specialist hunting equipment (legislatively driven larder equipment, rifle stocks, sticks) however they are a (very) small part of the business - stemming from my hunting.* Luckily (with a little bit of judgment) our foreign subsidiaries are run by hunters!! So as a business we have our own grounds in: France - deer and boar (stalked, driven, bow and rifle) Spain - driven boar and deer New Zealand - deer, pigs, feral cats..... We have a business in Australia also ( but he doesn't hunt so I limit my trips there so they are to and from NZ! Obvious we have the UK also. I am hoping to spend about 6 months in SA setting up our new business over there, however would really like to safari in Moz. And I think other than calibres and the usual guff that's a fairly comprehensive intro! * we make specialist decontamination equipment.