Live The Dream
By Scott Haugen
Aug 23, 2005 – 2:59:00 PM
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LIVE THE DREAM
By Scott Haugen
is the place where dreams are
my last safari proved to be just that.
Over the course of a
month I traveled to three different regions of
Africa and took 27 different animals,
We completed 15 TV shows for Wolf
Productions and once again, my Rocky Mountain
broadheads proved how
valuable quality and dependability is in my
The first hunt found me found me with
Peter Tam of
Tam’s Safaris, where I took a lioness at 42
She was laying down, facing me, and I took the
shot, one I love when the conditions are
arrow entered beneath her chin, took out the
the heart, hit lungs and passed through,
She went eight yards and died, proving how
fatal the Rocky Mt. Titanium
100 broadhead is.
|Scimitar Horned Oryx
The first record book antelope came
at 74 yards,
where again the Ti-100
scimitar horned oryx fell to that shot, and
the top three reportedly ever shot with a
got the pending world record rhino (darted)
Moving to Cullendale Safaris with
PH Guy Hockly, the
record book pace continued.
Here the Titanium proved
lethal on the new pending number 4 bontebuck
pending number 6 East
The kudu went 40
yards and died.
Using the Turbo broadhead, my arrow
flew true on a top 10 bushbuck, one of the
addicting animals to hunt in Africa.
The last safari destination found me at Julian
Theron’s Jules of The Karoo
Here I relied on
the Ironhead 100 to secure a white springbuck
ties the current world record, but will likely
number two after drying.
The last day of the safari
found me in search of the tiny but highly
steenbuck, and with the Turbo, I was able to
the pending number 4 ram.
I also took a top 20 common
springbuck using the Ironhead 100, perhaps my
preferred, all-around big game blade.
On all of my hunts I used BowTech’s
Allegiance set at
81 pounds and shooting 310 feet per
All of my
Gold Tip Ultralight Pro 400 arrows were tipped
the only broadheads I use, Rocky Mountain!
Thanks for turning out such a fine
the animals I’ve taken around the world, Rocky
Mountain Broadheads have NEVER let me down.
GO AHEAD, LIVE THE DREAM,
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