Pakistan - one of the greatest adventure destinations on earth
Pakistan. One of the greatest adventure destinations on earth, this country is loaded with some of the most sought after big game animals in the world. Often looked past by American hunters, it has become one of the only places left where outdoorsman can truly experience freedom from the outside world. Mike Axelrad, an American adventurer who seeks not just the thrill of hunting, but to experience the world's various cultures, travels to Pakistan in this powerful film in pursuit of some of their best game. Rich in scenery and influenced by the local culture, Mera Safar captures both people and wildlife in Pakistan's most notable provinces. From the Himalaya mountains to the deserts of the Sindh, Mike's goal in this riveting documentary is to show the world the side of Pakistan they've never seen before.
The last hunt
Jason Hairston and Brendan Burns travel to the Northwest Territories to hunt with Nahanni Butte Outfitters. See the last hunt in a region becoming a national park, and watch as two fantastic rams are taken in unprecedented detail.
Sportsmen in the U.S. and Canada are the driving force behind the most amazing system of wildlife conservation ever developed. Because of its resounding success, this North American Model of Wildlife Conservation is now being applied in other countries. Unfortunately, the true history of wildlife conservation, established and supported by sportsmen, is largely an untold story.
Where else in the world does your guide carry an AK47? Follow J Alain Smith into the war torn mountains of Northern Pakistan where he pursues one of the rarest trophies on earth, the majestic Kashmir Markhor. This spiral horned king of the goat family lives in the steep rocky crags above the ancient Silk road winding thru the Himalayas towards China. Few other hunters have chased this elusive quarry and this is the first time one has been taken on camera for television.
How to build a long range shooting system
Long range shooters Ulf Lindroth and Thomas Haugland travel to the Arctic Circle to perform a serious field test combining the new Blaser R8 in 338 Lapua Magnum and the new Zeiss Victory V8 4,8-35x60. Focusing less on technical details and more on practical limits, they shoot the system in the fjords and mountains of northern Norway. Initially they trim the system to deliver accuracy in the field, and then using it for
Who We Are
"Don't confuse me with being anything else other than proud. Proud to be a hunter. It's time we stop apologizing for how we get our protein. This is who we are. Unless you’re a small time rancher, small time farmer, a hunter or fishermen... you really have no idea where your food comes from. Most people don’t even think about it. Well, we think about it. ” - Donnie Vincent.
SCI president Craig Kauffman's speech at the 2015 convention
The Elephant and the Pauper: The Ivory Debacle
ALTAY MARAL HUNTING IN KAZAKHSTAN
Ibex Hunt Kyrgyzstan