shot placements

Collection by Sebas Moscoso

Kudu Shot Placement

Kudu Shot Placement

Kudu Shot Placement Guide - Kudu Hunting Tip: Horn tips pointing back usually indicate a young adult. Mature bulls have tips which point up or out

Impala Shot Placement

Impala Shot Placement

Impala Shot Placement Guide - Impala Hunting Tip: When horn tips are vertical the animal is fully mature

Springbok Shot Placement

Springbok Shot Placement Guide - Horns with thicker bosses, +4 inches above the ears, straight for about 2 inches and curl out the ear tips offer good trophy scores

Wildebeest Shot Placement

Wildebeest Shot Placement Guide - a wounded wildebeest will often circle round, leading the hunter back almost to the original point where first shot

Eland Shot Placement

Eland Shot Placement Guide - Eland Hunting Tip: Older males typically lose hair, giving a greyish colouration as the dark skin beneath shows through

Waterbuck Shot Placement

Waterbuck Shot Placement Guide - Waterbuck Hunting Tip: Waterbuck have a strong 'goat-like' odour, often detected before visual contact is made

Zebra Shot Placement

Zebra Shot Placement Guide - zebra herds have a strict hierarchy among females and juveniles and will often move in single file - the most senior at the front

Gemsbok Shot Placement

Gemsbok Shot Placement Guide - If the head is tilted back and horn tips touch beyond the start of the black portion on the rump, the trophy will score well

Blesbok Shot Placement

Blesbok Shot Placement Guide - Blesbok Hunting Tip: Male horns noticeably thicker and when viewed front-on, appear light in colour