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1Arrow 22-May-16
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Dennis Razza 22-May-16
caribou77 22-May-16
t-roy 22-May-16
Firehuntfish 22-May-16
WV Mountaineer 22-May-16
MPN 22-May-16
razorsharp 27-Sep-16
Bou'bound 27-Sep-16
Drahthaar 27-Sep-16
StickFlicker 28-Sep-16
CurveBow 29-Sep-16
Zebrakiller 29-Sep-16
Shifty@ work 03-Oct-16
1Arrow 29-Oct-16
From: 1Arrow
22-May-16

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Just got my Cape Buffalo, Sable and Livingston Eland (top left, Cape Eland is on the right) back and re-arranged the Africa wall. Hope you enjoy the pics!

From: 1Arrow
22-May-16

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Here was the African Wall before

From: 1Arrow
22-May-16
Used Scaffolding to help get the animals up. Was a big help.

From: 1Arrow
22-May-16

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Used Scaffolding to help get the animals up. Was a big help.

From: 1Arrow
22-May-16

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22-May-16

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Finished product with new Livingston Eland added to the mix. Was quite the re-org.

From: 1Arrow
22-May-16

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Another angle of the finished Africa Wall with the Livingston Eland top left and Penny the Boxer too.

From: 1Arrow
22-May-16

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Here come the big guns. Have the Cape Buffalo and Sable on mesquite pedestals with rollers which is nice. This is the view from the entry way to the house.

From: Zebrakiller
22-May-16
Sweet

From: 1Arrow
22-May-16

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A tighter shot on the Cape Buffalo and Sable as 'book ends' for the couch. Liking the new look to the trophy room.

From: 1Arrow
22-May-16

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Here is the big boy himself. I call him 'Boss' as he was the herd bull to 33 buffalo. Came out nice I think.

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22-May-16

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Another shot of the 'Boss' on his new mesquite pedestal.

From: 1Arrow
22-May-16

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22-May-16

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Here is my Sable. Took him 26 minutes before my Cape Buffalo 'The Boss' came in. They fell 29 yards apart in sight. Best bow hunting day of my life.

From: 1Arrow
22-May-16

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Another shot of the Sable on his 'bookend' mesquite pedestal.

From: Dennis Razza
22-May-16
Nice looking room!

From: caribou77
22-May-16
Wow! Very nice

From: t-roy
22-May-16
Very nice! Congrats!

From: Firehuntfish
22-May-16
Beautiful mounts! Very impressive.

22-May-16
I was going to cry fowl as I was scrolling down because I hadn't seen an up close of the cape Buffalo. I love the mount by the way. You are getting pretty clustered. Congrats and God Bless

From: MPN
22-May-16
Very nice trophies...looks like you are in need of a bit more room.

From: razorsharp
27-Sep-16
DAMN! How much does an Eland weigh??

From: Bou'bound
27-Sep-16
what no dik-dik?

From: Drahthaar
27-Sep-16
Beautiful trophies, & mounts. Forrest

From: StickFlicker
28-Sep-16
Eland can weigh upwards of 2,000 pounds, some sub-species a little more.

From: CurveBow
29-Sep-16
Awesome mounts, trophies and room! Dude, I'm jealous! :)

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From: Zebrakiller
29-Sep-16
just awseome, nice animals, I would like to hear about the Ibex

From: Shifty@ work
03-Oct-16
Holy head room batman.

Crazy awesome mounts.

From: 1Arrow
29-Oct-16
Like StickFlicker said Eland bulls can weigh in right around 2000 lbs. Both of these bulls were at or near that size. The Ibex is actually a Texas exotic that I hunted here in Texas, near Victoria. I'm hoping to go to Spain to hunt several of the species of Ibex they have there. All the Africa game came from South Africa. I almost got a chance in September to hunt Damas Dik Dik but the hunt fell through at the last minute. I did add a Springbok and Steenbok to the list with bow and resorted to picking up a rifle for a Klipspringer and Harteman's Mountain Zebra which I have a new found respect for. At least where I was in Namibia both the Klippy and the Mountain Zebra stick strictly to the rough side hills where it's rock on rock, no brush, no contour to use for cover and just use the terrain and distance to stay well out of bow range. Unless I was moving there I don't think you'd get a decent or even long bow shot at them in a typical bow hunt of 7 to 10 days other than being extremely lucky. They don't come to water holes either (except at night for the Zebra) so is spot and stock only type animal. Really tough to hunt even with a rifle. I believe some folks hunt the Klippy's at night with spot lights but that's not for me, nothing wrong with it, just not for me. Glad you enjoyed the pics. Will try and get some pics of the Namibia trip up soon. Have been busy and need to get ready for Argentina for a Asian Water Buffalo hunt in November.

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