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01.19.18 Friday
Visit Bushmen Safaris at the SCI Annual Convention
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SCI’s 2017 Annual Convention attracted more than 18,000 attendees, and this hunters’ heaven has everything the mind can dream of as it occupies over 650,000 square feet of exhibit space. Six continents are under one roof where members come to book hunts, rendezvous with old friends and shop for the latest guns and hunting equipment. That only scratches the surface of products available at SCI’s Annual Hunters’ Convention. Notable authorities of the outdoor sports and shooting industries attend the premier hunting show annually.

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01.10.18 Wednesday
Learn More About an African Safari: January 27th
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Learn More About an African Safari: January 27th
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01.05.18 Friday
Visit Bushmen Safaris at ‘The Sheep Show’
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The Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) will return to Reno, Nevada to hold its Annual Convention and fundraiser at the Peppermill Resort Spa-Casino & Reno Sparks Convention Center.  The 'Sheep Show Convention & Sporting Expo' will open Wednesday, Jan. 17th with the Welcome Back Party.

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12.22.17 Friday
Satisfying Bow Hunters Year After Year at Bushmen Safaris
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Bushmen Safaris has years of hunting experience in Africa and your bow hunting trip will evoke memories of lifetime as you enjoy guided bow hunting at our private 22,000 acre deeded wildlife conservancy in beautiful South Africa.

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12.08.17 Friday
Numerous Species Available to Hunt at Bushmen Safaris
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Besides offering exclusive bow hunts to archers, Bushmen Safaris also provides hunters with beautiful accommodations, superior service, delicious dining, competitive pricing, excellent management, and a world-class selection of animals year after year.

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11.24.17 Friday
How to Avoid 7 of the Most Common Bowhunting Equipment Mistakes
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In its original form, the “KISS” approach stood for Keep It Simple, Stupid — as if to imply that one might be stupid. In today’s kinder, gentler culture, calling someone stupid might get you sued, while 20 years ago it might have just gotten you a bloody nose.

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