Splendid article , old friend . On a related subject , the bonded bear claw and sledge hammer solid bullets have been reported to have deteriorated in quality since their original inventor , a Mr. Jack Carter stopped being involved in their manufacturing process . Daniel gave me this news...
I second Poton's view . Sambhar Deer makes for excellent eating ! You can actually cure the loins like bacon .
I baked this pizza a month back and decided that it could benefit from a
little bit of venison " bacon " on top .
If you would like the recipe , please do not hesitate to ask...
This story sent Christmas chills down my spine . It was like re-living that nightmare from 1969 , when we had received the news. I will personally disagree with you about you not being a good human being . I have seen the coolies employed by Allwyn Cooper Limited . They were a most...
7 ×57 Joe
That is quite a fitting way for a Shikari to get introduced to chicken fried steak ! My favorite chicken fried steak in the United States of America comes from a small diner in Texas , named " Sodolak's Country Inn " . When l visit your fine country again six months later , it will...
You already know mine all too well ! However , let me be a part of this survey as well .
1) French Brevex magnum mauser mechanism ( my all time favorite )
2) Springfield model 1903 mechanism
3) Remington model 700 ( for non dangerous animals )
( I would also list the Winchester model 70...
Of course , l will provide a photograph to show on this thread , my young American friend . I do apologise for being missing from African Hunting forums for the last few days . This is the most hectic part of the year for a tea planter .
The name of the rifle was a zkk- 600 made by the Czechoslovakian firm , Brno . He would use it to hunt Sambhar deer in the area near the Sundarban forests . Recently , however this gentleman and his family have decided to move to Europe permanently . Thus , the gentleman offered to sell me his...
Unfortunately , during my career as a professional Shikari in Darjeeling , India from 1962 to 1970 , the only 9.3 millimeter calibre which l had seen clients bring was the 9.3 millimeter mauser calibre and this was invariably in bolt operation rifles
My learned colleague @Major...
Thank you so much for your support . I would never intentionally use any demeaning terminology to describe anyone in this community . It is not who l am . However , if the term is perceived as inappropriate these days , then l will refrain from using it.