On my first safari, buffalo was my main objective, and I wanted whatever rifle I had in my hand to do the job. I took a .416 Ruger and a .375 H&H. My second safari was for plains game only, but included eland. I took a .338 RUM and a .30/06. I took the ‘06 not only for it’s versatility but its availability. I’ve noticed a lot of you have taken some, let’s say, less common chamberings. i.e.: Weatherby’s, 6.5x55, RUM’s, WSM’s, etc. So my question is, how important do you feel it is to take rifles chambered for “common” cartridges in case your duffle with your ammo takes a side trip to Tokyo? Or do you feel that it is such a rare occurrence that you don’t really worry about it?