Rifle Calibre & Ammunition
Overall shooting distances will vary from 50 – 250 yards. Everything depends on the capability of our client.
As for calibre every hunter will have his own opinion on what calibre is good for what animal. As a Pro hunter for more than 20 years and hunting with hundreds of clients and trophies I discovered that 30 calibre is the best way to go. Bringing down the speed with heavier bullets is important. We don’t shoot long distances except if we hunt down south. For a 30-06 a 180g bullet is better than a 150g. On a 300-win mag, a 200g is better than a 180g. All this said, every hunter knows that it is all about shot placement and not the calibre. I have had several clients shooting with 7mm and 270 that had excellent hunts. I believe all hunters will agree with me.