Discussion in 'DEALS & OFFERS' started by Umlilo Safaris, Apr 22, 2018.
Nice looking buffalo, good luck selling.
Thank you Johnnyblues, since early 2000's the buffalo numbers in SA has risen exponentially, so nowadays there is no reason a trophy hunter should settle for anything less than these types of quality solid/hard-bossed buff bulls. With the higher numbers of SA Buffs available, hard-bossed bulls with smaller spread are still older bulls but can be offered at less cost to a hunter not particular about the spread...yet still hunting a true dagga boy!
Many many times I have seen pics of soft bossed bulls that was hunted, not helping to wander if they were sold as great trophies....which they are not as they are not old enough. Soft bossed bulls if offered by anyone should be made clear to the prospective client when offered/advertised....and also priced accordingly as say 'representative or even management bull', but unfortunately that is never stated when buff bulls are advertised at very low costs!
The above is my opinion, would like to get feedback on this from the readers
Thank you for posting. I always learn something new and enjoy.
Don’t know if this will go through but here goes I fully agree on soft bossed bulls. They be tomorrow’s breeders. I prefer old jumps bumps and funny stuff. Not sure when this was posted but please fell free to PM me
Baeie dankie. Jacques
Nice Buffalo for sure! That’s a gorgeous bolt rifle with nice wood in pic number 3!
German Client's Rifle: Heym Express, 98 Magnum System = 404 Jeffery Rimless NE
Some of August 2017's hunting success
Hi, I intend to hunt this year ( after 1 octomber) 1 cape buff , sable and Impala. All gold trophy ore more!!. I was 2 times in Africa ( Namibia and SA -Kimberley)
please, give me price and information for this. Thank you
Taken end July 2018: South Africa
Old Buffalo Cow hunted last month: South Africa
Hunted this beauty near the Southern Border of Kruger Park, South Africa. Was a frontal shot, about 25 yrds with 375 H&H 300gr soft nose, bullet hit the heart dead-centre. stopping this classic dagga boy only 50 yards further
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