John Rigby & Co and Rhino Habitat project

PerH

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Rhino habitat with Robin and Pauline Hurt cooperation,and Rigby will build 12 rifles which will be limited and donations of it will go to help the rhino's there.

Looking forward to see the 12 rifles that each will be different and unique,just like the ones they are individually named after .
 

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What a great idea! Can't wait to get a look at them!
 

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Congratulations to Marc and the Rigby team and the Rhino Habitat project.
Some lucky folks are going to get great rifles and contribute to a great cause.
 

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a Great initiative and well done on everyone involved. Can't wait to see one!
 

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