The Gemsbok

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Better than the head on the shooter. Far nice looking

"That" wasn't the animal I was referring to.

Just thinking they would adapt really well to our country. Since we only hunt invasive species they just need a couple of years grace to get a start.
 

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"That" wasn't the animal I was referring to.

Just thinking they would adapt really well to our country. Since we only hunt invasive species they just need a couple of years grace to get a start.
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Chris they would go well in parts of Australia but imagine the outcry from the tree hugger if you shot one in Australia.
Bob
 

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Gemsbok. The only animal I have ever properly shot that still managed to run off sufficiently that bushmen trackers could not find it after a day and a half....sigh. Sure would have mounted it!
 

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