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  1. Dinosaur

    Photos/ideas of what to do with extra hides/leather

    G'day Tra3, I have never done leather work, except patching up my old single bed mattress, as the springs kept on popping out, so I would sew old leather patches over the spots causing the trouble. Making your own creations out of leather work sounds useful, as you never have enough knife...
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    Hunting A Rogue Asiatic Elephant

    Major Khan, you must be a man of great influence to promote the above changes to the .303 British Cartridge in the Munitions Factory. Besides being a lot cheaper to produce, and copper being expensive, were there any particular reasons with this recommendation. ? Regards Rob
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    Hunting A Rogue Asiatic Elephant

    Well done Professor, that was a hair raising hunt, and what a trophy, I didn't realize that the Asian Elephants tusks grew that large. :Finger: Quick thinking about the last shot to prevent your death, it may not have been sporting, but it's rare for anyone to outrun a rogue elephant. You...
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    Great white shark attack- Australia

    That is what I call scary as hell ! Thank god he survived. I have fished up north and feel terribly uncomfortable when a tiger shark decides to just sit in the current behind the anchored bait, it feels so sinister. This particular tiger would eat every 'Tricky Snapper', that I hooked on...
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    Getting Drawn To The World Of Dangerous Game Hunting

    G'day Professor Thank you for your interesting response, I can see the cormorants in a more interesting light now :) I am located in Victoria, I am guessing that you may have hunted sambar, or some of our other imported deer species while you were here? I have friends who still eagerly stalk...
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    Great white shark attack- Australia

    The whites have always traveled up and down the coast, usually following the food supply (like whales). A few resident sharks remain in the Southern states to gobble up the local seals and porpoises, but in general they travel with the food supply. THe Great Aussie Shark Hunter 'Vic Hislop'...
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    Caption for this? 2

    Well, you always wanted your own individual roar, how about the 'Castrato' effect ! Rob
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    Funny But Dangerous - Japanese Dare Shows

    These 3 x Japanese Dare type shows involving unpredictable wildlife are amusing, but could have turned pretty deadly if the events went wrong. The quality of the videos are terrible, but still worth watching. Lion Japanese Prank Disguise Komodo Dragon chasing Ayako Imoto on crazy japanese...
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    Hello Everybody

    Welcome Professor, I look forward to reading your future chats & articles, as Major Khan has enlightened us all on how dangerous and exciting the hunts can be in you region, and anyone whom the Major recommends must be a really interesting decent chap too. :) Welcome to the site. Regards Rob
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    Sight, sound or smell, which evokes African Safari the most?

    Looks as though everyone has it covered, sound is a good one though, as I recall the screaming eerie calls of the tree hyraxes, the bark of the geckos, and yes, the terrifying buzz of a carpenter bee, when you prod at it in the holes that they have made in the ceiling rafter beams, and the...
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    Magical Catch

    G'day Longwalker, Now that would have been something to see, your father has outdone me for sure. Two Northern Pike would have been so much more challenging, and great to witness too. :)(y) I will need to add that to my bucket list :) Tight Lines Rob
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    Magical Catch

    Earlier this year I was bait fishing for Black Bream in the Maribyrnong River, Victoria, Australia. I was catching a few under size Black Bream on light gear, they are excellent fighters, when I hooked a larger fish which appeared to be going crazy, fighting differently. I immediately assumed...
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    Jihadists seize Moz port

    Spike, I honestly think that the 'Panga' may have killed more Africans than any assault rifle in the Dark continent. It is extremely sad, but that's Africa! Regards Rob
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    Single-Tusked & Tuskless Elephants By W. R. Foran

    Here's an old article of interest. Enjoy Rob
  15. John Rigby Firearm Advertisement 1905

    John Rigby Firearm Advertisement 1905

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    Military Surplus Rifles for Hunting

    G'day Doctor Ray Quick question, why did you cross over to the .270,? Was it a recoil factor, or did you prefer the flatter trajectory and speed of the lighter bullets for the medium size deer species? Both calibers are great performers, though I do recall my friend complaining about the recoil...
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    POLAND: Individual Hunting In Poland With Dogs For Wild Boars

    G'day Falco Wow, they are monster size boars, and great photos too. I bet you have a lot of hair raising stories about the hunts too.(y):giggle: There is something so impressive about the European Wild Boars, they are a worthy opponent for sure. Thank you for posting Regards Rob
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    John Rigby Firearm Advertisement 1905

    John Rigby Firearm Advertisement - 1905 Regards Rob
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    So You Think You Want To Start Fishing

    G'day Bruce You are bringing back such fond memories, yes, collecting the bait is also great fun too, especially when tackling uncomfortable weather conditions. You find all sorts of things when dip netting in a creek. Thank you for sharing Tight LInes Rob
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    William Evans Firearm Advertisement - 1905

    G'day Red Leg That's a classic, a real work of art, definitely a firearm to be treasured there :)(y) Regards Rob
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    Life Goes On A Gorilla Hunt

    Here's a couple of old advertisements from 1906 regarding Wildlife Merchants. Regards Rob
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    So You Think You Want To Start Fishing

    Alexandro You are a legend, and sound advice too. :)(y) It's nice to know that there are fisherman with similar thoughts to me, it makes the angling world a better place. I love catching fish of all species and sizes, and if decent size fish aren't available I have a competition with fellow...
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    Crayfish and red emperor fish

    Dr Ray Glad to hear of your recovery, by the way, that's an absolutely nice sized red emperor, I have only caught smaller one, I envy you. :)(y) Painted Cray, yum... Regards Rob
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    Comment by 'Dinosaur' in media 'Hunting South Africa'

    G'day Alexandro, Great idea to treasure the moment with a great photo. :)(y) Regards Rob
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    William Evans Firearm Advertisement - 1905

    William Evans Firearm Advertisement - 1905 Enjoy Rob
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    Knives - Why?

    G'day CBH, Thank you for reminding me, and it is sound advise that you have provided, I have to be so careful wording things on the internet. Your response has provided a well needed chuckle, so thank you for that too :)(y) Regards Rob
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    Knives - Why?

    I may not be able to carry a knife legally in the big smoke, but when I go bush, or fishing, I carry a blade, as you never know when you may be forced to use it. Thankfully I have only needed to use mine for the basics that a fishing and hunting knife are for. Australia may be a safer country...
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    Comment by 'Dinosaur' in media 'Hunt Wild Boar in Spain'

    Magnificent trophy ;) Regards Rob
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    Survival

    G'day Von Gruff Definitely a good question there, but sometimes it pays to make a back up knife if for some unknown reason your good knife is lost (eg: falling into the river, or an old concealed mine, or even a curious monkey may take a liking to the shiny blade. I have watched a TV Series...
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    Comment by 'Dinosaur' in media 'Braai on our farm'

    Absolutely unreal Sky, great photo, thank you for posting. Regards Rob
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    Comment by 'Dinosaur' in media 'Pride rock on Shelanti Game reserve'

    Like the matching shirts, and congratulations too :) Regards Rob
  32. Black Rhino 'Gertie' of Kenya

    Black Rhino 'Gertie' of Kenya

    Here's a picture of the famous Black Rhino 'Gertie' of Kenya's Amboseli National Park, that's before her horn dropped off in the 1960s.
  33. Black Rhino 'Gertie' of Kenya

    Black Rhino 'Gertie' of Kenya

    Here's a picture of the famous Black Rhino 'Gertie' of Kenya's Amboseli National Park, that's before her horn dropped off in the 1960s.
  34. Black Rhino 'Gertie' of Kenya

    Black Rhino 'Gertie' of Kenya

  35. Black Rhino 'Gertie' of Kenya

    Black Rhino 'Gertie' of Kenya

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    Kidney Stones Suck

    Oh, god, that sounds like a torture test in a sadistic horror movie, mate, I couldn't imagine the terrible pain you will have when you retrieve the tubing. :(:eek: Here I was screaming in pain with just a tiny stone, I am going to have nightmares. Do take care and I really hope they will...
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    Brumby Hunting

    My mother said they used horses milk and ate horses during WWII, up at Glass house Mountains, but that was pretty much 'Dad and Dave' type country in those days :) Apparently the milk was pretty good . Regards Rob
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    Black Rhino 'Gertie' of Kenya

    Regrettably her horn did become detached :( I wonder where the horn went, is it with the warden's family or possibly the ranger station ?? Regards Rob
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    Whattt????? They Ironed My Boxers Too!

    Upon visiting Africa, you discover that you laundry is done for you, wow, now that's something, man, the colonials have sure left their legacy, housemaids and safari staff treating everything first class, ironing, pleating and folding your clothing so beautifully. Man, I am so used to doing...
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    Kidney Stones Suck

    G'day TTundra here's wishing you success, I really hope they come out painless themselves. I am a bit naive sometimes, so please excuse me asking, but how do you pull them out yourself, it scares me silly thinking about it, or are you flushing them out patiently ? Take Care Regards Rob
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    Mannlicher (Haenel) Repeating Rifles Ad 1908

    Wow, that's nice :) It's unusual to see the rear sights mounted on a rail / dovetail, and it sure ads to the appeal of the rifle. Congratulations on obtaining such a rare rifle, it looks in top condition too (y) Thank you for posting the extra photos. Regards Rob
  42. Mannlicher (Haenel) Repeating Rifles Ad 1908

    Mannlicher (Haenel) Repeating Rifles Ad 1908

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    Mannlicher (Haenel) Repeating Rifles Ad 1908

    G'day 7x57Joe, Wow, now that's a beautiful rifle, the advertisement pic does no justice to its looks, you have got to be impressed with that (y) Honestly, I have never seen a photo of one, just the images from the ads, thank you for sharing :) Regards Rob
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    Kidney Stones Suck

    What the !!!!!! :eek: What the hell did you do in your previous life to deserve those ???? Your poor fella, all can say is take care, and give you well wishes to not get them again. Regards Rob
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    Kidney Stones Suck

    I was lucky only was in the emergency department of the hospital overnight, screamed like a baby, and howled like a monkey, and lots of 'F-F-F-FFFFFFFFFFFFF' related words. I kept everyone up that night. The nurses asked me politely to keep my language down, but to know effect. I recall there...
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    Mannlicher (Haenel) Repeating Rifles Ad 1908

    Mannlicher (Haenel) Repeating Rifles Ad 1908
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    Comment by 'Dinosaur' in media 'Brumby Hoof'

    Thank you for sharing Aussie hunter, I have been told that wild horses get terribly worn hooves, and will need a foot model to stand in for them if they ever go into a pony show contest. The weathering of the hoof surely will tell a story in its own right. Absolutely fascinating, thank you once...
  48. Old William Evans Cordite Rifle Advertisement

    Old William Evans Cordite Rifle Advertisement

    I found this old William Evans Cordite Rifle Advertisement in an old hunting book. Sorry about the poor quality.
 
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