I was in Limpopo SA in March this year, load shedding 3/4 times a day, but the Outfitter was set up with a good generator system so no major inconvenience. I would advise to ask your particular Outfitter their current situation if you're heading over soon.
I am a SWAT Team Leader and have used Trijicon more years than I care to share at work, active duty down range and on most of my hunting rigs…. I bet my life on them. They’re bomb proof and I’ve never had a POI shift. Just my .02
I've got two pairs of Courteney's, one from 1999 and another from 2018. First pair look as good as the second and both are in good shape....I use leather conditioner and bees wax to keep them in proper order. Also, about to invest in my third pair, just because.
It is subjective as to what some folks call quality.....pocketbook dictates most. If you have unlimited money then the big three you mentioned, but if you're a blue collar guy and may be limited in funds go for Leupold, Bushnell Elites, Nikon or the like. I'm a big fan of Trijicon and Vortex...
I’ve taken whitetail, mulies, pronghorn and various exotics with a Winchester 70 270 130gn out to 600 yards. It’s an excellent round for medium sized game in my opinion. It’s flat shooting and easy recoil. I’m a 30-06 man but the 270 will get it done.
Also just saw this on MSN. Sad sign of the times, the article that I read stated that only a pistol was taken. Based on that I would speculate that robbery was not the motive. Condolences to the family.
With the Trijicon RMR, how are you accessing the battery compartment? Don't you have to totally remove it and lose zero to change the battery?
I use a RMR and MRO every day at work. Yes, you have to remove it to change the battery (we change annually but they normally last up to two years with...
I guide on several ranches and the written rule for all of them is if you draw blood and the animal isn’t recovered you pay for it. Had a situation a couple of years ago where a client shot the left main beam off of a 150 class Whitetail just above brow time. Ranch owner said no harm and client...
Greetings from North Georgia, good ole USA. Finally got around to registering even though I’ve followed the website for several years. Guide in Texas and Ga and finally booked a RSA hunt for March 2023.