Well done Laurie, great pics, great report.
Good on you and your mate cleaning up a heap of ferals.
Numbers are on the rise in certain areas and as you mentioned, even with areal culling, difficult to keep in line.
There appears to be an "early" Wet this year, meaning better conditions and...
As above, i too am using factory Remington loads for my '06 with the 220gn Corelokt on large framed Sambar deer. Most shots result in full penetrations with very large exits and great, unneccesary, blood trails.
Also, i recently purchased several boxes of 225gn Corelokts for reloading my .338...
All good Badboy.
Got to get some cobwebs out of my system this next couple of weeks.
Going for a quick look up the hills this week-end, with a mate to see if we can knock over a meat model.
Then we'll make a plan to catch-up.
Foxi; i retired from professional hunting back in 2014 and shut the business down.
This is an old article that i wrote whilst i was still engaged.
Very much appreciate all the positive comments, this is still a subject close to me heart that evokes fond memories whenever it is relived.
I have some extremely fond memories of attending Dallas, the hospitality and the People.
Dinners at Pappasitos, drinks at bars, Texas and Texans are both first class.
Kinda like transplanted Australians, only better.
I'll be thinking of you guy's, have a great show.
Stunning level of quality builds Stuart.
The very first English express styled .375 is, in my eyes, the perfect combination of function, practicality and usability.
I wish these were around 15 years or more ago when i was professionally guiding buffalo hunts in the Tropics.
Long distance, foot...
I recently purchased a GPO (German Precision Optics) V6 1-6 illuminated with the German 4 reticle and am very impressed overall.
Brilliant optics, well manufactured, clear and bright.
It's a 30mm steel tube, so as light as say a 25mm tube alloy scope, if weight is critical.
Oh my Ses, that's quality.
What does it weigh ?
That deserves a premium quality scope then book a prime location in Saskatchewan for a massive Northern White-tail.
You've gotta crack a little smile when shooting this one, surely.
Well done, mighty fine rifle.