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    Default Re: Monate : Father and son hunt 2017

    Thanks man nice write up and pics. I have a place next door (Rooiberg Krans) so was lekker to see what our neighbours are getting up to

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    Default Re: Monate : Father and son hunt 2017

    Great write up. Thanks a lot! Enjoyed it.

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    Default Re: Monate : Father and son hunt 2017

    very cool! Well done! Great family time!

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    Default Re: Monate : Father and son hunt 2017

    Nice! how long is that barrel of the 8x57?

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    Default Re: Monate : Father and son hunt 2017

    LukeS, you game farm owners in the Rooiberg Conservancy areas are privileged to own land in that region , it is a beautiful stretch of land . We also are doing our 1883 Era black powder hunt every year on Dr.Willie Barnard /Father/Brother`s farm in that same area...Members thank you for the kind replies , it is much appreciated..264, this is a military step barrel, 29.1 inches long...it seems to attract attention every time when I take it out of it`s bag every time...I then can see who knows rifles and who not...the person who suggest the barrel is too long and needs to be shorten definitely , according to my opinion, knows anything about rifles....

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    Default Re: Monate : Father and son hunt 2017

    Peppa/Maroelas, thank you kindly for the replies..

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    Default Re: Monate : Father and son hunt 2017

    Quote Originally Posted by Gert Odendaal View Post
    LukeS, you game farm owners in the Rooiberg Conservancy areas are privileged to own land in that region , it is a beautiful stretch of land . We also are doing our 1883 Era black powder hunt every year on Dr.Willie Barnard /Father/Brother`s farm in that same area...Members thank you for the kind replies , it is much appreciated..264, this is a military step barrel, 29.1 inches long...it seems to attract attention every time when I take it out of it`s bag every time...I then can see who knows rifles and who not...the person who suggest the barrel is too long and needs to be shorten definitely , according to my opinion, knows anything about rifles....
    Absolutely, very nice area. Cheers man


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    Default Re: Monate : Father and son hunt 2017

    Thanks for sharing, great report. Off topic, those Stewart bonded bullets, any feedback on them and where are they available?

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    Default Re: Monate : Father and son hunt 2017

    Hansie Minnaar , Stewart Core bonded bullets ,
    minnaarajj@vodamail.co.za
    27826275011@vodamail.co.za
    Cell: 0826275011

    I think the best method to get a
    bullet from game I shoot , will be to
    shoot an Eland from the front.
    Both shots I took on a blue wildebees and Impala
    went right through.
    Contact Hansie Minnaar , he draw brass as well, he
    specialise in calibers that are not available anymore,
    as well as all other brass for normal calibers...I bought all my
    bullets and brass from him. He make Martini Henry brass
    and bullets...

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    Default Re: Monate : Father and son hunt 2017

    Awesome write up Gert, thank you for taking the time and effort!

    Looks like a superb venue.

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