Australian Hunter

Once is never enough

Many a hunter at some stage has had an aspiration or experienced a yearning to hunt medium to big game, such as wild boar or the Asiatic water buffalo, in Australia’s Top End.

Venturing abroad could mean Africa’s tough plains game like kudu, oryx, wildebeest and Cape buffalo to name a few. Or you could go to British Columbia for mountain goat, caribou and elk; New Zealand for chamois and tahr; even Mongolia or Tajikistan for the ibex or Marco Polo ram, if the pocket allows.

Then by chance, a medium to big bore game rifle is crossed in a store, website or through a mate who has already experienced the elation and excitement of such a hunt, and the mind starts to go into overdrive, pondering the decision whether to

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