Death in the Peripheral Vision

Death in the Peripheral Vision

  An excerpt from Facing the Charge, a new safari book edited by Sporting Classics’ Jim Casada.   We’d launched just like we had for the prior six days, moving at first light as quickly as the Bushmen could track. For the first six days, we had been...

Flying Firearms to Africa, Pt. 2

  The conclusion of an in-depth, informative article on flying with firearms, specifically to southern Africa. Click here to catch up and read Part One.   HARD CASES—LOCK ’EM UP WHEN FLYING FIREARMS Certain delinquents and criminals are hard cases, but we’re...

Flying Firearms to Africa, Pt. 1

  WARNING: This is no “fluff and stuff” article. It’s an in-depth, informative report designed to help you smoothly and successfully fly on commercial airlines with firearms. It’s based on 35 years of international hunting travel and 14 African safaris. I’m going...
Safari Words To Live By

Safari Words To Live By

  Traveling abroad can be difficult. Different customs and norms can be overwhelming when you’re totally immersed in a new culture. Throw in language barriers and the whole experience teeters on the edge of disaster. And that’s just on a vacation...
Best African Safari Boot Explained

Best African Safari Boot Explained

  The best African safari boots need to protect your feet from sharp stones and nail-tough thorns without blistering or scorching them. But that’s not all . . . Most southern African safaris are conducted in dry, gravelly soils, often sand deserts. But some are...
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