Thank you for sharing. Mr. RahmanPlease forgive me , if my English is not good , as it is my secondary language ( although l have been told that l speak it acceptably ). This is also the first time in my 77 years of age that l am writing any article .If people liked this account , then l will give a few more after a few more days. If there is a particular account which anyone might be interested in , or any particular pictures , please do not hesitate.
I have used SG cartridge from the gun in the modified choke barrel to kill a man eating leopard in Bangladesh Sundarban forests in 1995 , upon orders from the government.
WheelsMany years ago I went into a mans house in America. He had a beautiful opened mouth tiger rug. Obviously he must have a wonderful story to tell about how he shot it in Asia, so I asked him to tell me about the hunt.
His response was that he had been on the board of directors of the local zoo. The tiger was getting old. He told the workers that when the tiger died, he would take care of disposing of the body.
I have enjoyed your story much more!
rinehart0050, the picture is on another thread. I shall relate the story within a few days. Thank you for your appreciation.Sir- thank you for another fascinating story. Would love to hear about this leopard hunt in the relatively recent past. Here in America, it's easy to forget that in many countries, animals present a real predatory threat to humans.
NyatiThank you for the story, Mr. Rahman, I really enjoyed it.
And I have to say that shooting a Royal Bengal Tiger with a 12ga. shotgun is no mean feat and deserves my fullest respect to you as a hunter.
MaddoxGreat story and wonderful history. I look forward to more stories from you. This is a part of hunting history that the vast majority have never been closer than a Jim Corbett book to.
Thank you for sharing.
Kevin MastersMr. Rahman, Your stories are wonderful tales of a bygone time! And you need not apologize for you'r English it is just fine.
I am quite looking forward to future tales! I also love the pictures!
Dear MalamboDear Sir Kawshik Rahman, thank you for sharing your stories. They certainly deserves to be on a book that I look forward to achieve. Please let us know when this happens. Kind Regards.