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The Dangers Of Leopard Hunting In Africa

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Part four, another Leopard hunt.

 

https://www.fieldsportsmagazine.com/Shooting-Stalking/close-calls-part-4.html

 

Look at that wound!

 

what a great read , exciting right up to the attack , a brave man, with that cat clamped on his elbow , feck me it bust it with one bite , but as he said what real brave cats there are , to go in and attack anybody by them . just goes to show how powerful a male lion is , they kill Leopards regular by crunching there heads when they attack them . great read keep them coming :thumbs:

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Part four, another Leopard hunt.

 

https://www.fieldsportsmagazine.com/Shooting-Stalking/close-calls-part-4.html

 

Look at that wound!

 

what a great read , exciting right up to the attack , a brave man, with that cat clamped on his elbow , feck me it bust it with one bite , but as he said what real brave cats there are , to go in and attack anybody by them . just goes to show how powerful a male lion is , they kill Leopards regular by crunching there heads when they attack them . great read keep them coming :thumbs:

 

You need buck there

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You can tell when the porters start running its dangerous :laugh::laugh:

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Leopard hunting is an incredible experience, it is a pitty that South Africa didnt put out any permits for the last 2 years

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Part 6. One for @socks :D

https://www.fieldsportsmagazine.com/Shooting-Stalking/close-calls-part-6.html

"Thrashing and turning, the crocodile dragged him down into the depths, and he was amazed at the power of it. Battling back, Alistair managed to pull the croc towards him and get his legs around it in a ‘scissors grip’ whilst attempting to gouge its eyes out with his thumbs as it rolled repeatedly under the water."

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Fascinating read, lucky he wasn't killed!

Reckon I'll stay away from hunting cats just now... some things best left to the boards. It's a different mind and metal that chooses to willfully chase down these boys. 

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 Leopard hunting in any form has to be one of the most exciting forms of hunting, once tried never forgotten. 

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