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    • Dennis with his Cape Buffalo April 20, 2012
      Dennis with his Cape Buffalo, originally uploaded by Hunting Legends Africa. Filed under: Uncategorized
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    • VISIT OUR NEW SITE October 31, 2008
      We would like to use this opportunity to invite you to visit our new wordpress.org blog: Real Africa Safari Holdings We are confident that you will find our new website and blog, a whole lot more interesting and dynamic, so please visit us now. Thank you for your support and God bless.Posted in Uncategorized
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    • Panthera Pardus – LEOPARD’S October 20, 2008
      KINGS of African tribes wear cloaks of leopard skin as these beautiful animals are a symbol of power. It is known for its ferocity and, after the Cape Buffalo, is the second most dangerous animal in Africa. Resources however indicate that Hippo are the biggest killers, this is however not due to their ferocity, however […]
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    • HUNTING ACCURACY AND BULLET PERFORMANCE October 20, 2008
      This a long article, however, we believe an informative one and you should enjoy this if you are hunting fanatics like we are. Most seasoned hunters and gun fanatics may find this article as old news, however, if you are a hunter who packs out the rifles once a year, and want to improve your general […]
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    • Hart Rifle Agents now appointed in Africa October 19, 2008
      RW HART & SON appoints REAL AFRICA SAFARI HOLDINGS as official agent in Africa Real Africa Safari Holdings is proud to announce that it has recently been appointed by Bobby Hart (President of RW HART & SON) as the official agents for Hart Rifles and Custom barrels in Africa. Custom rifles bearing HART barrels are […]
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    • Record breaking trophies can still be hunted in Africa October 14, 2008
      Huge Record Breaking Trophies can still be hunted in Africa. Finding good quality trophy’s in Africa is becoming more and more difficult. This is largely due to the huge amounts of outfittters and operators who have entered this market. Quite a few of these are luring naive and non-informed hunters from the east (China), whom are lured into […]
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    • PLAINS GAME HUNT SPECIAL 2008 October 14, 2008
      YEAR END SPECIALS FOR 2008 As the year draws to an end we, we want to use this opportunity to thank all of our friends who have hunted with this us year. We look forward to seeing you soon at the annual shows in the USA. WE STILL HOWEVER HAVE SOME EXCELLENT HUNTS AVAILABLE for 2008: […]
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    • Ethical Hunting Report October 14, 2008
      WARNING This is a website for ‘Professional Hunters’, and not ‘Opportunitist Killers’ If you are an ethical Hunter, you have come to the right place! We are first conservationists, and then hunters! We are professional hunters, and not opportunist killers. If you are looking for a fair-chase hunt you have come to the right place. (If you […]
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    • Long distance shooting – See the pro’s in action right here! October 11, 2008
      HART CUSTOM RIFLES – THE BEST IN THE BUSINESS If you haven’t shot with a 30 Hart Rifle yet, you ain’t seen nothing yet. No matter what you are shooting at, chances with a Hart Rifle is one hundred percent. As Bobby says: “They can run, but they will just die tired” Should you need […]
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    • Sniper rifles – this is how to shoot October 11, 2008
      HUNT WITH RW HART & SON: THE TRUSTED NAME IN LONG DISTANCE SHOOTING Watch a Bobby Hart custom 30 Hart Rifle take a long shot at a kudu in Africa. If you haven’t shot with a 30 Hart Rifle yet, you ain’t seen nothing yet. No matter what you are shooting at, chances with a […]
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    • Where to hunt in Africa October 11, 2008
      PLEASE MAKE SURE TO VISIT OUR BOOKING PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION “When you can do the common things of life in an uncommon way, you will command the attention of the world” George Washington Carver REAL AFRICA SAFARI HOLDINGS INVITES YOU ON AN UNFORGETTABLE SAFARI Perhaps you are one of the privileged few in this world, […]
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WELCOME

THANKS FOR VISITING OUR BLOG…

Now we don’t always get it right the first time you know … but something amazes us. Is hunting just about shooting and killing stuff, or is it about good companionship and friendship amongst people with a passion for the great outdoors, and a sport of kings?

We might just be doing it wrong you know, but for us, it’s all about making new friends and sharing our beloved Africa with good quality people – such as you! We have a passion for hunting, just as you, and we also have a passion for rifles and guns. Here is a photo of some rifles in our group collection, so you don’t even need to bring your own rifles if you don’t want to:

GET YOURSELF A CUP OF COFFEE

This blog was started, so that we can keep in touch with our friends and share our stories with people who have the same passion for hunting as we do. This is not a “killing zone” for trigger happy hill billy’s wanting to kill everything they see. There’s a lot to our story and our company so you better get yourself a nice cup of coffee and enjoy the reading.

TAKE THE TOUR

Getting the most from this blog is easy – simply click on everything you can find to click on, and keep on reading, viewing and writing. Remember we live in the African bush, so we aren’t so up to speed with indexing and computer gizmo’s.

A little help perhaps – you can find a host of information in the HUNTING IN AFRICA BOX – click on select category and there you go. We will be updating our blog frequently if not daily, so please be sure to come back for more news, views, stories and pictures.

PLEASE JOIN US

We always want to make new friends so please share your stories and comments with us, we would love to hear from you. The only way we can improve our hunting community and our industry, is by sharing our ideas, our views and our stories with one another. So please join us and let’s hear from you. Any suggestion, news, articles, stories and pictures are welcome. Simply pop us an email or leave a comment.

INVITATION TO HUNT IN AFRICA

We also want to use this opportunity to invite you to come to Africa and enjoy the most exciting hunt of a life time. We are trying to provide as much information as we can on our blog to make it easy and interesting for you, however, if you don’t find what you are looking for, please contact us and WE WILL BE ABLE TO HELP YOU – THAT’S A GUARANTEE!

WARNING

If you are not a hunter, we respect that, and therefor would like to warn you that some content and footage on this blog may be disturbing to sensitive viewers. Please let’s not use this blog as a mud slinging contest, so if you are not a hunter, we really respect that and ask that you respect us too.

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  1. THANK YOU FOR VISITING OUR BLOG

    Please feel free to leave your comments, share your ideas, suggestions, news or even jokes with us.

    You are also welcome to send us an email with more detail and tell us about your hunting experiences, photo’s and suggestions.

    As the hunting community is often plagued by anti-hunting lobbyists and sometimes even irrational comments, your comments will be moderated by our admin panel before being posted.

    Should you thus also want to share your personal detail with us or any requests, feel free to post your comment right here – SPECIFY THAT YOU WANT TO KEEP IT PRIVATE -and it will be for our eyes only. So, this means that you can even do your online hunting rquests or enquiries right here – right now!

    Remember to specify if you want to keep it private or else your comments will be posted, unless of course if you are one of those bloggers just trying to discredit anyone else, who doesn’t share your thoughts and views on life. Should you not be a hunter and dislike our industry, feel free to do so. We respect your opinions and will even post your comments, providing it is news, not derogatory, and mindfull of other people.

    Once again, thank you for visiting our blog and may God Bless you.

    “Africa Jack”

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