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Buffalo 1
Buffalo 2
Buffalo 3
Buffalo 4
Buffalo 5
Buffalo 6
Buffalo 7
Buffalo 8
Buffalo 9 And 10
Buffalo 11
Buffalo 12
Buffalo 13
Buffalo 14
Buffalo 15
Buffalo 16
Buffalo 17
Buffalo 18, 19 and 20
Buffalo 21
Buffalo 22
Buffalo 23 And 24
Buffalo 25 And 26
Buffalo 27
Buffalo 28
Buffalo 29
Buffalo 30
Old Buffalo Cow Out Of Large Herd
3 Buffalo

Eland 1


Kongoni 1

Kongoni 2


Kudu And Zebra With One Shot!


Kudu 2

Reedbuck 1

Sable 1


Zebra 1


Zebra 2

Zebra 3

Zebra 4

Zebra 5


Zebra 6


Zebra 6


Impala 1

Impala 2

Impala 3

Impala 4


Impala 5


Impala 6


Impala 7


Impala 8


Impala 9 And 10

Walter Shooting An Impala

Walter Shooting An Impala


Hippo 1

Hippo 2


Elephant 1


Elephant 2

Tuskless Cow


Croc 1

Croc 2

Wildebeest 1

Waterbuck 1

Waterbuck 2


Warthog 1


Warthog 2

Hyaena 1

Walter Acheiving The Impossible, By Shooting A Zebra. Hence The Celebrations

Walter's BBQ

Walter Having A Bath

Walter sighting his rifle, with disasterous results!

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A Selection of our Champions, shooting the 577 Tyranosaurus Rex.

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Four

Five

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Seven

Eight

Nine

Ten

Eleven

Twelve

Thirteen

Fourteen

Fifteen

Sixteen

Seventeen

Eighteen

Nineteen

Twenty

Twenty One

Twenty Two

Twenty Three

Twnty Four

Twenty Five

Twenty Six

Twenty Seven

Twenty Eight

Twenty Nine

Thirty

Thirty One

Thirty Two

Thirty Three

Thirty Four

Thirty Five

Thirty Six

Thirty Seven

Thirty Eight

Thirty Nine

Forty

Forty One

Forty Two

Forty Three

Forty Four

Forty Five

Forty Six

Forty Seven

Forty Eight

Forty Nine

Fifty

Fifty One

Fifty Two

Fifty Three

Fifty Four

Fifty Five

Fifty Six

Fifty Seven

Fifty Eight

Fifty Nine

Sixty


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Thanks.


You are very welcome my friend.

More are being processed right now and will be added.

I have quite a lot of videos I would like to eventually have on here, so please make sure you check in here often.


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that was fun to watch - does walter get any royalties for his appearance??
 
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Nice videos
thanks


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Thank you! Great high quality footage. It´s HDV?
 
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Thank you! Great high quality footage. It´s HDV?


I am afraid not, but full VGA resolution.

I am in the process of uploading several more videos tonight, and I will link them up here in the morning.

After these I will add different animals as well.


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Are those the "walterhog" bullets I've been hearing about,and are they only full bore diameter in the middle third?


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Yes, all these animals were shot with our Walterhog bullets.

We are off on our next safari in about 100 days, and I am loading new brass for this year, as our old brass, which has been used for many years, is beginning to show its age.

In the photo above you see a 404 case which hs been formed to our 375/404, next to it is a formed round. A new bullet, and some that we have recovered from buffalo.

I don't fireform my case, I normally get them fireformed on their first hunt.


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Thanks for sharing the great videos. I really like the two buffalo combo video. Thanks again and can't wait to see more.

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Enjoying these very much, especially the double and the one where you lads were crawling in the thick brush. Thanks, Saeed. Good stuff!

BTW, vids # 11 and 13 did not work for me (all others did)


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Saeed, enjoyed each and everyone... Going to ask Pierre if he remembers where he was hunting with you...
Will be back in R2 in late August to mid Sept.

Mike


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In a few of the videos you show the recovered bullet in the field it appears. How are you able to recover those so fast, or are you editing-in the fired rounds after the bulls are back in camp?

One of the thrills of hunting for me is recovering the rounds that did the job.
 
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We are able to recover some of the bullets in the field as we gut and cut up the animals.


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Buffalo 9 and 10 are reaelly nice shooting Saeed! clap love the last on shot in the running!!


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In your experience Saeed, is their a "trick" to recovering rounds? I have to admit I've not spent a lot of time trying to recover spent bullets, but I find it uncanny how the crew in the field in Africa are able to come up with it, without fail, and quickly.
 
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Both #11 and #21 come up as NOT FOUND. Anyone else find the same?
 
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Hunting the african buff must be great fun but that 150 yards sprint in the sand while reloading and shooting all at the same time.... Eeker

I got tired just watching the video..

Better I will take a siesta and rest a little bit of all that running.. Big Grin

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Saeed,

I enjoyed every minute of these hunts...as one who has not had the opportunity to yet hunt Cape Buff, this was truly a wonderful introduction!

Thank you and look forward to viewing more! BOOM
 
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That are very nice videos. Thank you.
You did some good shooting there.

Best Regards

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In your experience Saeed, is their a "trick" to recovering rounds? I have to admit I've not spent a lot of time trying to recover spent bullets, but I find it uncanny how the crew in the field in Africa are able to come up with it, without fail, and quickly.


It is generally not difficult to find a bullet if youkeep an eye on what the skinners are doing.

Just follow the path and you will find it.


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Just follow the path and you will find it.


Wow, that's deep (pardon the unintentional pun), Saeed. Sounds like a Walter-ism. Smiler


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That's some very good shooting, particularly that long dash across the sand and then the followup. Hope I don't have to do that next month.
 
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Elephant, hippo, croc and impala have been added.


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Thanks Saeed, your videos always are very entertaining at my house. Nice shooting as well
 
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Thanks Saeed. Your videos are a cut above the hunting videos out there! and i think its great that you have the confidence and ability to take risky/long range shots. the satisfaction cannot be compared! Big Grin
 
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Great videos. Who is your camera man?


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All videos were done by Alan Vincent.


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excellent shot on the croc. right on the button where it had to be
 
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Saeed...

More fantastic footage!

I especially liked the video shot of you folks walking back to the vehicle...That had alot of impact as well to the feeling of that croc hunt!

Wonderfully done...Congrats to you and Alan Vincent and ALL the footage!!!
 
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More clips have been added.

Buffalo, hippo, warthog, kongini, waterbuck, wildebeest, zebra and Walter shooting an impala.


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That was one hell of a shot on the croc. How far was that? It looks like 150-175 yards?

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That was about the right distance for that croc.

The furthest I have shot one was over 200 yards away.

I am converting a few more clips right now, and I hope to put them up tomorrow.


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I am converting a few more clips right now, and I hope to put them up tomorrow.


Really enjoying these, and look forward to more, Saeed. Thanks for taking the time.

KG

P.S. I like this video option much better than the old one!


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Thanks for posting, great fun to watch!!
 
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A few more videos have been posted. Including Walter preparing a BBQ in his unique style.

And one of him getting the "kabobe" treatment for managingt to shoot a zebra.


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saeed i dont know where to pm u direct,i was told by FRANK that they r not sending ur cd to overseas,but if i request u direct u may help me getting ur cd,im at pakistan,sikander panhwar,A18/142,defence,hyderabad,sindh,pakistan,zip code is 71000,thankx,kind regards.kindly ignor if i posted this at the rong fourm


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Great vids.
Can i ask how many different trips are involved with all the buff here?


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Saeed,

After watching all of the buffalo videos, unequivocally the 375 cal. is an extremely lethal on dangerous game. The buffalo suffered equally or more in some cases as my .416 and .458 win mag did on my buffalo hunts.

Questions:

Would you say that it is fair and accurate that one does not require a caliber greater than .375 to hunt dangerous game? And any caliber greater than .375 is really unnecessary? Specifically on buffalo.

Do you believe a 375 H & H would yield the same results as your 375/404 in the same hunting situations as the videos?

Which hunt was your personal favorite? Which was your best shot?


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