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Correction. Its Londa Mela in Zimbabwe. Mic & Linda ran it back in late 70's. They may be retired by now.
Correction. Its Londa Mela in Zimbabwe. Mic & Linda ran it back in late 70's. They may be retired by now.
Correction. Its Londa Mela in Zimbabwe. Mic & Linda ran it back in late 70's. They may be retired by now.
Company still operating. Your guys must be retired by now.
 

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Welcome from Washington state, up here in the Pacific Northwest, USA. Do you get to do much hunting down there and if so, what's your favorite thing to hunt?
 

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Welcome from Washington state, up here in the Pacific Northwest, USA. Do you get to do much hunting down there and if so, what's your favorite thing to hunt?
Hi there. Thanks for welcome. I manage a game and cattle farm in Free State province bordering Lesotho. Mountainous farm where we have Eland, Gemsbok, Zebra, Red Hartebeest, Springbuck, Common Reed buck as well as Mountain Reed buck.
I don't hunt for myself on the farm but have occassional hunters that come and cull excess sub adult Eland bulls.
If I had a choice to go on a hunt my choice will definanetly be for Springbuck and Impala. Easy to carry out and process, and good venison.
Our farm rifles are both custom K98 action in classic style. One in 7x57 shooting 140gr accubonds at 2620fps and a 3006 shooting 180gr interlock SP at 2500fps. No need for anything else.
 

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Hi there. Thanks for welcome. I manage a game and cattle farm in Free State province bordering Lesotho. Mountainous farm where we have Eland, Gemsbok, Zebra, Red Hartebeest, Springbuck, Common Reed buck as well as Mountain Reed buck.
I don't hunt for myself on the farm but have occassional hunters that come and cull excess sub adult Eland bulls.
If I had a choice to go on a hunt my choice will definanetly be for Springbuck and Impala. Easy to carry out and process, and good venison.
Our farm rifles are both custom K98 action in classic style. One in 7x57 shooting 140gr accubonds at 2620fps and a 3006 shooting 180gr interlock SP at 2500fps. No need for anything else.
Apologise for spelling mistakes,darn finger all over the place
 

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