Oh , my . With your vote , the .400 series voters have now surpassed the .375 Holland & Holland magnum series voters by 2 voters .
By the way , these are excellent choices.
Any particular preference as to the make and model of your rifles ? John Rigby and Co. perhaps ?
The reason l made it 2 rifles and a shot gun was to force posters to have to vote for 1 plains game rifle and 1 dangerous game rifle.
It's a good question you have asked by making it two rifles and a shotgun. ... Yes they would be made by Rigby. I have been lucky enough to own a few Rigby rifles. Paul Roberts who used to own Rigbys is a good friend of mine and I have known Marc newton who runs Rigby now since he started working for Paul in the old days...the list is I think 4 or 5 different. 416 rifles. .the last new .350 Rigby Paul made before he sold the company. ..two .275 rifles...a .470 side lock....which during as I put it a brain fart I sold it...there is a thread on here somewhere showing it...and a rechambered 350 Rigby rimmed bolt action converted to 9.3x74r that I had done for my son. I only have one of the 275 rifles left. But its the last Rigby Paul built from serial numbers he was allowed to use after the sale...and he built a copy of one of WDM Bells rifles using the specs he has from the copies of the records he kept. So neat little rifle . Have a couple of rifles modified by his people as well. Love reading your history. .keep it up. You and @Kawshik Rahman bring another dimension to this site ..giving stories from another time when India and other Asian countries were also big game hunting destinations. ...thank you
I would also like to say that you and @Kawshik Rahman have a standing invitation to visit us in Zambia and be our guests at Takeri and maybe some fishing on the zambezi at kingfisher