A HUNTER’S AFRICAby: Gordon Cundill
A fine fabric of game animals, big game hunters & weapons. Chapters on clients, pro. hunters & the things that make hunting worthwhile. Ltd. Ed. of 1000. Signed & numbered. 125+ B&W photos; 8.5×11 inches, 297 pgs.
Gordon Cundill is one of the few individuals to have participated in almost every facet of the big game hunting industry: hunter on his own, professional hunter, partner or owner and general manager of safari companies. Talk about a man who has “been there, done that” as regards virtually all African big game-that is the author of A Hunter’s Africa. Naturally the book contains all the vivid safari experiences, as well as a special look at The Lion’s Heart, The African Giants (Elephants), etc. It also tries to answer the question, “Is a Buffalo Dangerous?” There are delightful chapters on “Animals, People and Weapons,” and thoughts on both clients and professional hunters that make this industry so dear to our hearts.
There are chapters on both clients and professional hunters and the things that make hunting worthwhile. The book is a fine fabric of game animals, big game hunters and weapons. Just as the variety of Africa encompasses every big game hunter’s interest, so the variety of this work makes it MUST reading.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Gordon Cundill is uniquely qualified to write on untamed Africa. Having held professional licenses in Botswana, South Africa, Tanzania and most recently Mozambique, Gordon is someone who’s “been there, done everything” in the big game hunting arena. Furthermore, he has been a partner, general manager and professional in various countries and companies.
Publisher: Trophy Room Books
Publish Date: 11-15-1998