Discussion in 'Hunting Africa' started by Mtgoat, Oct 21, 2013.
Very well put. From a PH 'ing point of view, you have this one spot on.
+1 Spot on.
Good price for a free range lion,but call it a wild lion not free range,otherwise somebody will hammer you on that one:laughing:
Got it. Thanks and well put.
Pieter, I initially had "wild" there, but decided to change it to free range. Even a captive bred lion is still wild. If you push him, he's going to bite you.
If you can't beat them, join them.
+1 Agreed :try:
I made my decision - it's going to be lion in 2014.
good for you should be a fun hunt.Did you decide what country your going to hunt.
Good luck Hope you take a really nice one. Keep us posted.
Thanks. The next step is going to be buying a gun for the trip. After that comes practice time at the range, followed by more practice time.
Hope all goes well. Make sure and post pics with a hunting report.
You can count on it.
I'd give Honeybadger's Ruger Alaskan a look. You sure won't find a .375 for less and that short barrel could come in handy should that cat take strong exception to you putting a hole in it!
What about a CZ 550 American Safari or a Sako AV?
How does the 375 Ruger differ from the 375 H&H?
Not belted, holds a little more powder. So slightly better velocity, but other than that not much. Not running the cartridge down, just don't see a lot of upside in comparison to the H&H.
No animal, anywhere on any planet would know the diff between the two.
Yes, I'm the first to plead guilty to over analyzing things.
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