I am in the market for a Double in a dangerous game caliber. I have hunted Buffalo before in Africa and I want to go back to hunt Buffalo again and want a nice Buffalo rifle. I am booking a Dagestan Tur hunt in Azerbaijan for this summer to follow up my recent Ibex hunt in October 2017 in lovely Kyrgyzstan so I wont likely be Buffalo hunting this year unless a last minute too good deal comes up. I am planning to hunt Buffalo again in 2019 or 2020 in either Zimbabwe/Mozambique or Zambia. I don't really have a price range but I wouldn't want to spend more than 10-12k. I would be open to something pre-owned, vintage, actually pretty much anything to be honest. A local dealer I like and respect has just sent me a .500NE Sabatti, brand new production, that he has asked me to hold and to check out. It hasn't arrived from the carrier yet. The price is good at $4200USD but I have heard mixed reviews on them. The dealer, who I have bought many nice guns from, said that these new ones are good rifles, for what they are. They shoot more than well enough to handle the job of cleanly killing Buffalo. I like to spend money on hunts and other rifles, etc so cost is always a consideration in my mind as a businessman. I have also looked at Merkels and Kriegoffs. Anyways I know nothing about doubles and I am not a "gun guy" aside from enjoying hunting and shooting as a passion. Given my home location and business hours I have limited time and chances to shoot rifles (I am in Toronto, Canada- very urban/liberal. Opinions from those in the know are appreciated. One last thing- I can order a brand new Rigby bolt gun in .416 Rigby or .450 Rigby for about 9500 Canadian which is about $7500USD give or take. That is also a tempting offer and I would like an opinion from some of the members here. Probably in the end I will end up having a good business year and buying both! LOL. That is often my solution to problems like this. But I have 2 sons and I want to make sure I have lots of good rifles around for the "future", which I see being littered with father son pack trips and safaris (in my dreams both night and day). Respectfully, Adam.