Something tells me your not that deprived............Good Luck on your huntCharles Helm said:Cutter -- I am hoping that these will back my .458 in Zimbabwe -- we will see.
HornSuperFan -- Good eye -- they are North Fork Flat-Point Solids (FPS). Tip Burns will be doing the work once he finishes my .458. I still need to make up my mind on bases and rings and get the scope. I really only need about $20 worth of Warne steel bases and I could use rings and a scope I have on hand, but I will probably put Talley bases and rings on it to match the .458. Of course that means depriving myself somewhere else to make up the cost...:mpd:
I am hoping to go next year. The plan is a non-trophy, non-export hunt with CM Safaris and the 9.3 is a bit light for a back-up, although it will work if I can't get the .375 where I want it. I'd like to take my double but I think they will view it as too light as well. The .375 is new to me, an Interarms Alaskan I got from Luv2Safari on NitroExpress.Com.kweber said:when ya goin' to Zim, Charles? what's on the menu? is the 375 new, and what about the 9.3x 62? sorry for all the ?'s, just hoping to do the same someday. Kurt.