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Halo everyone 

we have a special on a cape buffalo hunt, but it has to take place before the end of May. We do have very good buffalo and we have an average of 39 40 inches. That is the size you can expect to shoot on this hunt. This is an all inclusive package, the only extras to pay is airfare, pre and post hunt accommodation and taxidermy costs. 

Package includes 

5x full hunting days for 1 hunter 

1x buffalo bull up to 40 inches 

all permits

Total 7500euro or $ 9550

 

We work on a shoot and pay method so if you do not shoot your buffalo, you only pay our daily rate of 250€ or $295 per day. Non hunters or extra hunters are welcome at pricelist prices, also you can add on some other plainsgame trophies. We have 22 species to choose from...

The pictures show what you can expect to shoot in this package 

 

 

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everybody to there own thing, but never can see how you can get a buzz, from killing something  that just stands there , may as well just as shoot a cow  in the field .  

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10 hours ago, bird said:

everybody to there own thing, but never can see how you can get a buzz, from killing something  that just stands there , may as well just as shoot a cow  in the field .  

You have your opinion on it, and that is fine. But clearly you have never heard about cape buffalo...because if you have, you will know that it is one of the most dangerous hunts out there, and that is where the "buzz" comes into play. Dont be fooled by a foto, it takes alot of work to get fotos like these inside of hunting areas. They most certainly do not just stand there.

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13 hours ago, bird said:

everybody to there own thing, but never can see how you can get a buzz, from killing something  that just stands there , may as well just as shoot a cow  in the field .  

Arguably the most dangerous animal in Africa is hardly a comparative to a cow in a field my friend ! 

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5 hours ago, THE STIFFMEISTER said:

Arguably the most dangerous animal in Africa is hardly a comparative to a cow in a field my friend ! 

true  stiff,  i know there kill more people , than any other animal out there . But it still comes to the fact , that to shoot one these beast's either on foot or from a vehicle  , with the guns there have today to kill something as big as this , it still be at safe shot. all of the big 8 animals  that killed out there, are not really wild animals , in the true sense of the word , ok it brings money in to the country, and  the hunting of these animals  prob stopped total   extinction  of the big 8 animals. got a mate  who   goes all over the world , the last   10-15 years  he been on the tiger project  , so know bit what goes on over some of these countries.   . no  not a cow in the field   mate , but still a easy thing to shoot and kill.:yes:  . As i said  everybody to there own thing ,  we all hunt and kill animals ,   i will leave it at that .!!

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Bird with that logic anything is a cow in a field, because there is a rifle big enough to kill anything out there. So by what you are saying, nothing that us hunters hunt, is wild animals, not the dove getting shot by a shotgun, or the elephant shot with a 577 ne...

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On 04/04/2018 at 22:39, bird said:

everybody to there own thing, but never can see how you can get a buzz, from killing something  that just stands there , may as well just as shoot a cow  in the field .  

Bird, with all due respect that's a very naive thing to say. Why do you think they're nicknamed 'widowmaker' and 'black death' in Africa. 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/zimbabwe/9324431/British-hunter-killed-by-buffalo-he-was-trying-to-shoot.html

https://huntforever.org/2015/05/14/gored-by-a-cape-buffalo/

https://www.africahunting.com/threads/hunter-gored-by-buffalo-warning-graphic-content.38276/

http://allthatsinteresting.com/claude-kleynhans-killed-by-buffalo

 

There many, many more stories and videos of people being killed by buff. Comparing it to a big cow makes no sense. 

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1 hour ago, Stag75 said:

Bird, with all due respect that's a very naive thing to say. Why do you think they're nicknamed 'widowmaker' and 'black death' in Africa. 

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/zimbabwe/9324431/British-hunter-killed-by-buffalo-he-was-trying-to-shoot.html

https://huntforever.org/2015/05/14/gored-by-a-cape-buffalo/

https://www.africahunting.com/threads/hunter-gored-by-buffalo-warning-graphic-content.38276/

http://allthatsinteresting.com/claude-kleynhans-killed-by-buffalo

 

There many, many more stories and videos of people being killed by buff. Comparing it to a big cow makes no sense. 

Had a look on YouTube about their attacks.  Some of those lions are like rag dolls 

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Yep. There are a few videos of hunters being charged and gored by them too. PH's are killed by them occasionally. That's why I disagree with comparing them to a friesian cow! :)

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