Hi, Bullthrower, just out of curiosity, how did you get a figure of exactly 22.5%, to the total planned budget? To me it looks reasonable, but I am intrigued by very exact percentage figure to the decimal!add up the cost of all of them, add 22.5% to the total for things I shoot that I didn't plan on shooting.
Hi, Bullthrower, just out of curiosity, how did you get a figure of exactly 22.5%, to the total planned budget? To me it looks reasonable, but I am intrigued by very exact percentage figure to the decimal!
And the porcupine will be a fully mount coffee table, so I really hope for the opportunity at one.
Tripping on something in the dark and falling in your living room could ventilate and drop the pressure of your cardiovascular system. Forget stubbing your pinky toe. You could puncture your lung 87 times.
Maybe do a euro on the skull and make a lampshade or picture frame from the quills. It would be less deadly.
I know of a guy that did a full mount local porcupine. It looked awesome. He displayed it high on the wall because of the above concerns.
Not sure what you call a 'management sable', but I shot a sable with a broken horn at Wintershoek Safaris (a sponsor) a few years back. I'd shot a great one in Zimbabwe, so wasn't looking to spend the money on another one, but when I saw some broken horned ones at Wintershoek, I asked, and they were happy to let me shoot one for a very favourable price. You never know until you ask.hahah great advice. This will be a archery hunt, but I'm not opposed to borrowing a rifle from the outfit if need be. My dream would be a random management sable at a really good price...LOL but I don't think they exist
I'm here to say falling through a glass coffee table isn't all that awesome either, thank god there wasn't a dam porcupine in there as well!A full mount in a "Glass" Coffee Table.... sorry I should have been a little more detailed.
Boy that would be a big mistake to fall into one though!
Also have a few other "primary" species on your wish list that way after baboon and warthog, or during the pursuit of those 2, you come across 1 or a few different primary animals, there you go! Then you can see the other animals you might not have wanted "secondary species" along the way also and make decisions based on that as well