2019 Hunting Season.

With the sun setting over the 2019 hunting season we want to thank all of our clients who made this another successful, exciting and memorable year. Great trophies were taken. Many, many miles were walked in very rocky terrain. Twenty hungry tigers (and three equally hungry cubs) were kept suitably fed. And, very importantly, a…

Peregrine VLR-4.

Field Test: VLR-4 Bullets in 6.5 Creedmoor and .300 WM. This article was originally published in ON TARGET AFRICA Magazine. Thanks to Louise Taylor for letting me post it here. In September I received Peregrine VLR-4 bullets in 6.5mm and .308 caliber from Alliwyn Oberholster of Peregrine Bullets to test. I am part of the…

VIPER FLEX JOURNEY.

Really Good Shooting Sticks. The Long Search For Perfection. For the past twenty five years the vast majority of my shots, at game, have been fired using shooting sticks as a rest. For the last twenty of those years I have spent a lot of time standing behind clients, shooting over shooting sticks. They play…

NOSLER ACCUBOND 6.5mm.

6.5mm – 130gr Nosler Accubond . For many years the Nosler Partition was my favorite hunting bullet, so I was not a stranger to Nosler’s products when I started hunting with the 130gr Accubond in a 6.5×55. So how does the Accubond measure up as a hunting bullet? Performance on game. Loaded to a muzzle…

HORNADY ELD-X.

Hornady market the ELD-X as the hunting equivalent of the ELD-M target bullet. My first experience with the ELD-X came during the 2018 hunting season. Several clients arrived with ammunition in both hand loaded and factory form . Performance in 6.5 Creedmoor. The first animal that fell to the new wonder bullet was an impala…

Hornady GMX 6.5mm.

For the past year, I have been using the 120gr Hornady GMX bullet in my Howa 6.5 Creedmoor. I load the bullet to just under 2800 fps and consistently get 1/2 moa groups. Between me and clients using my rifle, this bullet has accounted for 73 game animals, including Black and blue wildebeest, blesbuck, eland,…