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Articles from African Hunter Magazine (May 1, 2013)

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Title Author Type Words
"Bike" Motswadi, the Hyena and the Leopard. 2470
A look at some .450s. Larivers, I.J. 2098
A novice elephant hunter's journal. Fried, Bruce 2295
A suspected rhino poacher has been shot dead, while two others were arrested in the Nwanetsi section of the Kruger National Park. 108
Ask the Namibian Guides. Larivers, I.J. 379
Automatic SOS radios were developed as early as the 1930s, but today's personal locator beacons are state-of-the-art technology. 114
Butterflies of Southern Africa. Erasmus, Petrus 296
Cal on doubles. Pappas, Cal 810
Death in Uganda. Larivers, I.J. 2010
Diary of a huntress. Gross, Jacquelyn 1840
Edd's savage. Woslum, Edd Pungubwe 1644
Elephant. Larivers, I.J. 352
Ethical conduct considerations for hunters. Young, Rory J.A. 1620
From the editor. Larivers, I.J. Editorial 1020
Hunter's gallery. 105
My "canned" lion hunt. Fried, Bruce J. 1864
Norma advances the offerings in 6mm. 129
On target. de Klasz, Ivan; Olivier, Adriaan; Child, Brian; McMillan, Kelly D.; Hugill, T.E.; Pavy, Jean-Michel Letter to the editor 2306
Point-counterpoint. 2019
The big game hunter. Hoare, Mike Reprint 1462
The British Bore Rifle. Larivers, I.J. 591
The Gabon National Agency for National Parks and the Minkebe Provincial police have concluded a week of intense activity marked by numerous arrests of poachers, and seizure of weapons and ivory stock. 121
The Great White Elephant Hunters V Philip Percival. Larivers, I.J. 1368
The green army. Larivers, I.J. 2497
The Karati episode. Caldwell, Tom 4043
The knives of Corn Smit. Larivers, I.J. 651
The Mauser model 66--a combination rifle in 7mm Remington Magnum and .375/.338. Rijkers, Jan 2309
The vagaries of wind. Umzingele 1804
The Zambian Minister of Tourism and Arts Sylvia Masebo has said the general ban on hunting covers only 19 hunting blocks and does not affect privately owned game ranches and hunting licences that are still valid. 142
Tourists to the Etosha National Park in Namibia are now increasingly photographing limping wildlife that escaped poacher's snares, right under the noses of game rangers and park officials. 111
Zululand. Machado, Ron 668

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