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PakistanGuides
22-02-2010, 03:53 AM
Dear Friends,

I'm pleased to be back after a long absence of many months. As usual, I was busy traveling around & guiding expeditions & hunts & just returned home.

I would like to share some new photos of my hunts and also paste some old photos for many new members who joined after I last removed my threads.

Kindly note, all the following hunts are legitimate hunts duly authorised by the Govt of Pakistan against hunting permits issued by the provincial wild life departments plus royalties & generous donations paid by our hunters to the local hunting communities. None of these animals were hunted by me, rather, all these trophies were shot by our esteemed foreign hunters.

Questions & comments are welcomed but please DO NOT use my photos without my permission !

Have Fun !!!

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Himalayan Ibex shot by my client Roberto Bicciochi in Ghulkin conservancy (Upper Gojal). Gun used was winchester 7MM Mag single shot at 300+ meters drilled right in the upper neck.

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Roberto Bicciochi is 67 year old hunting guide from Italy who spends 10 months hunting around the world. This animal was shot at an altitude of 12800 feet above sea level by this amazing tough man. We left 02 AM and reached the habitat at 5PM (we continuously walked uphill for 15 hours). The hunt & photography was finished in about one hour and it took us seven hours to return to our base camp. This 22 hours of walking uphill & downhill was the longest ever in my hunting career.

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Blue Sheep hunted by my client Scott Dee Headley in Arbab Purian in Shimshal Valley.

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This beautiful animal was initially shot but injured by Headley from just a short distance of 40 meters with Remington 700 using 30-06 caliber bullet of 150 grains at an altitude of over 16400 feet above sea level. Then our guides Shambi Khan & Chiragh Din had to chase this injured sheep on a very steep & rough mountain for over five hours and ultimately shot & recovered its body from an altitude of over 17200 feet above sea level and brought it down to the base camp at about 10:30 pm in freezing cold temperture. You can see how happy we are over the lost & found ordeal of our trophy !

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Sindh Ibex shot by my client Jim Shockey in Sumbak conservancy in Jamshoro.

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This Sindh Ibex was taken by Jim Shockey from a distance of 250 meters while it was still running at top speed. Jim used a Thompson Center's Muzzle Loader whose caliber was .50. A Muzzle Loader is an old style gun in which you have to insert gun powder from the top of the barrel, then push the powder with a long iron rod & then insert the lead shot & push it down again with the rod to compress it against the gun powder & only then you can shoot it. This means the hunter has only one shot & if he misses it he cannot catch the same animal as it takes a very long time to re load the gun. Jim Shockey always uses a Muzzle Loader for all his hunts (including elephants, lions, lepopards, hippos & other dangerous animals) & he has been rated as world's number 1 Muxzzle Loader Hunter & I'm glad that he has chosen me as his sole outfitter in Pakistan.

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Pujab Urial shot by my client Corey Knowlton in Shah Kameer conservancy - Jehlum.

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From early morning till late evening, we spent three days tramping the arid hills of Shah Kameer searching for a good trophy. Ultimately, on fourth day, we found this one & Corey shot is from just 70 meters with his Weatherby 300 Magnum.

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Blandford Urial shot by my client Corey Knowlton in Saurh conservancy Durreji.

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The amazing trophy was harvested by Corey Knowlton using a Weatherby 300 Magnum from a distance of 200 meters in Saurh conservancyu of district Durreji. This ram turned out to be a new world record with extra thick horns. See the tips of both its horns have pierced almost over two inches
into his jaws & were bulging out from underneath the eyes.

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This is the left horn ... you can see the tips burried deep into its jaw.

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And this is its right horn ... also pierced into the jaw.

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Extra big trophy harvested by my client Harry Fischer (this trophy measured 22.5 cms)

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Fischer shot this Tusker with a Winchester 30-06 & is happy to display his trophies. Since it was a driven hunt, all such boars have to be shot while they are running at top speed.

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My Ustaad Ji with all my trophies shot during last hunting season !

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Sulaiman Markhor shot by my client Andreev Oleg in Torghar mountains - Balochistan.

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The Pride of Pakistan, our traditional Pagri also looks nice on our foreign friends.

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Another photo of Andreev Oleg with his beautiful trophy of Suleman Markhor in Torghar,

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Sulaiman Markhor shot by our client Mr. Dimitry Yastrebov

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Early morning start of our hunting team

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The jeep track is arduous & long

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The day was sunny with no snow ... but the chill factor made it freezing cold.

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Our tribal guide with a Gora style !

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Tea break on our way to the habitat.

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Spotting the Markhor !

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Ready to shoot with gun & camera !

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Another great trophy shot by Chance Cornett in Thana Bulla Conservany - Sindh

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Himalayan Ibex Shot by Srdja Dimitrijevic in Khyber Conservancy

AK47
22-02-2010, 04:29 AM
@PakistanGuides...........Indeed you're a PakistanGuide! Impressive pictures of impressive hunt in impressive and marvelous locations. Thanks Sir for a very nice and impressive share!

Really enjoyed all your pictures and I must say everything is really enjoyable. Furthermore, whosoever photographed all those journeys and trophies, indeed has both an excellent camera and excellent photographic skills as well!

Never before have experienced such wonderful narration with such excellently illustrated documentary, you've made up your long absence quite well, Sir.

In your next appearance here, could you plz shed some light upon the different types of weapons, ammo used for those wonderful trophies, as well as mention some of the shooting distances? Furthermore, which one of those different types had the best "taste" to it, just curious?

Thanks again for your share, looking forward to knowing more.
Regards.

PakistanGuides
22-02-2010, 06:24 AM
OK AK ... I have inserted hunting & shooting details & I hope you'll find them interesting.
All photos were taken by me using Sony's Alpha 100. My own photos were also taken by myself using a self timer on a tripod or I advise some local team member to click after I have set up my camera on a tripod. After the hunt, I thoroughly clean the blood & dirt ..etc on the hunted animal using a special wet tissue (it has some chemical which removes even dry blood). I also use hair brush & comb to give prominence to the skin & hair of the trophy plus I also use collapsable studio light reflectors and a very expensive light meter (Sekonic L-508) for the most accurate exposure of my photos & I always prefer to take the mean (average) of the incident light metering from my hand held light meter and the spot lit metering which is shown by my camera's TTL (Thru The Lens) ... so its always a serious & cumbersome photo session, sometimes, in very difficult conditions & bad weather ... but the reward is always good. A professional photogrpher must always use the camera on a tripod as it gives very sharp images which can be enlarged with good quality.

ay_be_why
22-02-2010, 10:33 AM
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zabardast sir... zindabad.

Zaheer
22-02-2010, 11:14 AM
Great ! I thought I was reading National Geographic Magazine,Even better than that.Great

Aamar
22-02-2010, 11:16 AM
Excellent stuff :-)
Keep up the good work, you should share videos of your hunts as well :D

Omkhan
22-02-2010, 11:20 AM
@PakistanGuides , Its a treat watching your gallery. Really amazing. Thanks for the share.

Dr Hanif Malik
22-02-2010, 12:23 PM
great hunting picture,trophies thanks for sharing:)

Usama
22-02-2010, 12:42 PM
@PakistanGuides

Excellent Photography and Hunting

Ahmed Sultan
22-02-2010, 03:51 PM
@Pakguides, excellent trophies and photos, congratulations. Do you also guide / arrange hunts for local hunters as well?

Sensei
22-02-2010, 04:47 PM
Amazing hunt and Amazing picshttp://s1.postimage.org/SrXVS.gif (http://www.postimage.org/) http://s2.postimage.org/S_DAr.gif (http://www.postimage.org/)

Anthrax
22-02-2010, 05:41 PM
Nice pictures, PakistanGuides. Marvellous hunts and locations.

Have a question though, why did you photoshop the backgrounds in your self potraits?

Naveed_pk
22-02-2010, 05:45 PM
Yes the same question i was also about to ask ...

Turumti
23-02-2010, 02:38 AM
Excellent write up, and very nice pics. It seems you have put a lot of effort in these pics. How did you get the Ibex to pose so perfectly in the background in one of your pics? You must have waited a long while to get them all in such perfect positions. Pics like this are once in a lifetime opportunities.

Anthrax
23-02-2010, 03:06 AM
Excellent write up, and very nice pics. It seems you have put a lot of effort in these pics. How did you get the Ibex to pose so perfectly in the background in one of your pics? You must have waited a long while to get them all in such perfect positions. Pics like this are once in a lifetime opportunities.

It's photoshopped. :P

AK47
23-02-2010, 03:08 AM
Thanks a lot PakistanGuides for obliging to my request above. I also have another question for you, if you don't mind sharing with us, but is any such excursion available to some of us too? And if so, the part of the question that I did have some reservations for in asking you, but still my curiosity renders me helpless somehow, what could be the set reasonable cost pr. head in such an eventuality, preferably in the Northern areas, or, to one of the sites used during this trip of yours as well, Jhelum? Plz if you do not find it reasonable to reply, you may skip it all together, no problem at all. :)

Regards, and thanks again for a wonderful share, indeed!

PakistanGuides
23-02-2010, 03:14 AM
Anthrax, Naveed & Turumti
Yes Dear, these (three) photos you've mentioned have been designed in photoshop for the titles of our forthcoming hunting DVDs plus these photos will be pasted as Titles & Banners on various pages of our website & also appear in the advertisments in some international hunting magazines but all the trophies and their locations are genuine and the only fine tunning we've done is the zooming in (compression) of the background. The herd of Sindh Ibexes you see on this ridge are all genuine but the distant background has been zoomed in & the trophy which was shot by my hunter was from this lot & was shot right in front of this ridge but these animals are so used to human traffic in this area that they feel safer watching us from the top of these hills & normally they don't get spooked ... untill shot !!!

PakistanGuides
23-02-2010, 03:54 AM
AK47: Bro, it's a pity, in Pakistan, the genuine hunters are deprived from enjoying their very RIGHT of subsidized hunts whereas, this right of the soil is acknowledged & excercised the world over.
For example, in Colorado, the natives can hunt the whitetail for peanuts (it's just a few dollars) the residents of all other states (Yet Americans) have to pay more and all the foreigners have to pay in thousands. But in Pakistan if you are well connecte with the gaurdians of the wild life you can play hell with them but if you want to hunt the legal way within a reasonable cost ... You stand nowhere !!!
This nasty attitude provokes poaching & our Govt is very much responsible for this problem. However, having said, we also have to admit that our country is also infested with ruthless killers & meat collectors (U can't call them hunters) who would shoot anything "that moves in the wild" so we do need strict laws to prevent such butchers to deplete our wild life.
With my little study & experience of big game trophy hunting I can now safely say that the only viable solution to make all ends meet & also quench the needs of many genuine hunters of Pakistan, the promotion of community based hunting programs all over Pakistan is the need of the day. These communities have proved themselves to be a real big success & with their help, hard work and persistence, now many of our species have started thriving by leaps & bounds ... whereas, they were almost driven to the verge of extinction ... just until a few years back.
I'll quote an example here. By mid 1980s the population of all species of Markhors, Urials & Ibex dropped to such a low level they were declared endangered (In Red Zone) by the WWF & IUCN but the local community based conservancies came forward, protected them & now they are thriving & their population have increased so much that Sindh Ibex & Himlayan Ibex are also being offered to Pakistani hunters. They are still very expensive, but if these communities will keep working I can assure you that one day (in next 3 to 4 years) these hunts will be available at very cheap rates due to one very simple reason ... more supply of animals ... cheaper hunts !

PakistanGuides
23-02-2010, 04:15 AM
AK : Currently, Pakistanis can legally hunt two species ie: Sindh Ibex & Himalayan Ibex
For Sindh Ibex, any hunter holding the Sindhi Domicile has the privilege to hunt it at a subsidized rate of Rs 50,000/= Whereas, all non Sindhi hunters (Yet Pakistanis) may hunt the same @ RS 100,000/= This is exactly what's been practiced in Colorado & I hope our other provinces will follow the same pattern. However, since the quota is just 10 animals and there are many hunters every year, the permits are sold out in a lucky draw in a fair & square manner in presence of everyone.
I'm sure, as time passes & population of Ibexes grows, this price will definitely come down. For your information the hunting permit for foreigners is US$ 4500/= + other expenses (Which is approx Rs 400,000) so this indeed is a positive change & worth appreciation.
Similarly, the Himalayan Ibex (in Gilgit-Baltistan) is being sold out @ US$ 3000 to 3500 to foreigners whereas for Pakistanis it's price is equivalent to US$ 1000 (paid in Pak Rs) however, as usual, since the quota is limited & there are more hunters, the guys at Gilgit Wild Life are smart so instead of disbursing these permits in lucky draws, they indulge the hunters in competitive bids and the permits are given to the highest bidders .... which is quite fair !
Having said, once again... a time will come (in the very near future) when these hunts in Northern Pakistan will also be available at reasonable costs.

Faheem
24-02-2010, 09:37 AM
Pakistanguide sir really you are the most luckiest person that you have enjoyed it. Pics are really beautyfull..

PakistanGuides
24-02-2010, 10:34 PM
Thank you my dear friends ... my real name is Kaiser Khan & pakistanguides is just an ID which does not need a title of sir ...lol

Sikander Panhwar
25-02-2010, 01:43 PM
kaiser bhai too good to b true.regards

PiranPir
25-02-2010, 04:56 PM
excellant write ups and impressive photography and a very knowledgable hunter. hats off kaiser saeen. :)

PakistanGuides
06-03-2010, 03:20 AM
Thank you Pir Sb & Thank you Sikander Bhai. Your appreciation is a great honor for me.

Syed Rehmat
15-03-2010, 01:53 AM
PakistanGuide!
excellent job, nice fotos & extra ordinary information, trully written facts and observations.

can you take pakistani brothers for this kind of ride with you bro.

Offroader2323
15-03-2010, 12:38 PM
AK : Currently, Pakistanis can legally hunt two species ie: Sindh Ibex & Himalayan Ibex
For Sindh Ibex, any hunter holding the Sindhi Domicile has the privilege to hunt it at a subsidized rate of Rs 50,000/= Whereas, all non Sindhi hunters (Yet Pakistanis) may hunt the same @ RS 100,000/= This is exactly what's been practiced in Colorado & I hope our other provinces will follow the same pattern. However, since the quota is just 10 animals and there are many hunters every year, the permits are sold out in a lucky draw in a fair & square manner in presence of everyone.
I'm sure, as time passes & population of Ibexes grows, this price will definitely come down. For your information the hunting permit for foreigners is US$ 4500/= + other expenses (Which is approx Rs 400,000) so this indeed is a positive change & worth appreciation.
Similarly, the Himalayan Ibex (in Gilgit-Baltistan) is being sold out @ US$ 3000 to 3500 to foreigners whereas for Pakistanis it's price is equivalent to US$ 1000 (paid in Pak Rs) however, as usual, since the quota is limited & there are more hunters, the guys at Gilgit Wild Life are smart so instead of disbursing these permits in lucky draws, they indulge the hunters in competitive bids and the permits are given to the highest bidders .... which is quite fair !
Having said, once again... a time will come (in the very near future) when these hunts in Northern Pakistan will also be available at reasonable costs.

I think it is still not a bad price for a trophy, if you hunt in any of the private ranches in US you'll have to pay $2000 approx for a trophy (females are quite cheap though).

BERETTA M9 9mm
15-03-2010, 10:04 PM
welcome again uncle.................amazing pics

nesadeel
20-03-2010, 03:44 PM
excellent pic

Offroader2323
23-03-2010, 11:34 PM
@Kaiser Bhai,

Can you guide me that how can i get a permit for a Sindh Ibex from any conservancy nearer to Karachi and how much it will cost me (total with guide) and from when the season starts?

regards

Aquarius
24-03-2010, 03:19 PM
Excellent pictures... its really amazing.... thanks for sharing..

wasifali89
25-03-2010, 12:57 AM
amazing

PakistanGuides
08-04-2010, 11:58 PM
@Kaiser Bhai,

Can you guide me that how can i get a permit for a Sindh Ibex from any conservancy nearer to Karachi and how much it will cost me (total with guide) and from when the season starts?

regards

Dear Off Roader
Please forgive me for my late reply. I was out of town & just returned home to see your message.
The auction of Sindh Ibex takes place sometime between 15 & 31 Dec at the office of the Sindh Wild Life in Karachi and the permits are given on lucky draw. I assume there are six permits altogether for Pakistani hunters. Permit cost for Sindhi Domicile Holders is Rs 50,000 & non Sindhis is Rs 100,000.

XCaliber
09-04-2010, 11:38 AM
Sir I was wondering what you do with the carcass of the trophy?

Is it Halal meat and do you actually cook the kill if you don't mind my asking? :)

Cheers.

Offroader2323
09-04-2010, 04:50 PM
No prob Kaiser Bhai,

Insha Allah wil apply this year for the permit n will keep my finger crossed to get my name in the draw also :-)

PakistanGuides
29-04-2010, 11:23 AM
Sir I was wondering what you do with the carcass of the trophy?

Is it Halal meat and do you actually cook the kill if you don't mind my asking? :)

Cheers.

Since most of our hunters are foreigners and non muslims, we try to slaughter (halal) the animal immediately after it is shot but some times it dies before we reach it ... this mostly happens in mountains because running uphill is quite difficult but some times we are lucky if we have to reach it downhill. If we fail to reach the animal .. then we take the skin and leave the meat in open for the vultures and local animals to eat. However, all species of mountain sheep & goats are hallal ! Sorry for my late reply but I was out of town ... Best Regards !

A R K TAREEN
29-04-2010, 02:01 PM
PakistanGuides,

Dear brother, Please post few more new pictures of the current season and share your

experience ( some thing new which you feel, face or discover ).

It is not less then a treeat for me to read your posts and watch your photography.

Wish you good luck gentleman.

Regards.

ARK TAREEN

PakistanGuides
30-04-2010, 11:20 AM
PakistanGuides,
Dear brother, Please post few more new pictures of the current season and share your
experience ( some thing new which you feel, face or discover ).
It is not less then a treeat for me to read your posts and watch your photography.
Wish you good luck gentleman.
Regards.
ARK TAREEN

Tareen Saheb,
Thanks for your kind comments. I've already pasted new photos of our Suleman Markhor Hunt for this season and later (in March 2010) my son Zargham Khan (who is 22 years) guided Dr Joseph Zbylski (from Colorodo) to Kurumbar (Ghizer Valley) for hunting Himalayan Ibex. This was his second guided hunt but very difficult due to heavy snow and high altitude climbing. He made some nice shots but soon after we both got very busy but now I'll sort those photos & soon paste a new thread with proper writeups and I hope you'll enjoy it.
Best regards

PakistanGuides
30-04-2010, 11:23 AM
http://www.pakistanguides.com/hunting/hunt_pix/big_9_combo_m1.jpg

These are all the official big game hunting trophies of Pakistan ... let's see who can name all of them correctly !!! Let me make the job simpler. We have two species of Ibex, three species of markhor & four species of sheep.

Ahmed Sultan
30-04-2010, 11:51 AM
Sindh Ibex
Himalayan Ibex
Suleman Markhor
Kashmir or Pir Panjal Markhor
Astor Markhor
Blue Sheep
Blanford Urial
Panjab Urial
Afghan Urial

Aquarius
30-04-2010, 03:35 PM
WOW Excellent Trophies....http://s1.postimage.org/GnHW9.gif (http://www.postimage.org/)


BTW dont know the names........ :)

Dr Hanif Malik
30-04-2010, 03:50 PM
great pictures i can think only for hunting, thanks for sharing:)

PakistanGuides
01-05-2010, 02:49 AM
Sindh Ibex
Himalayan Ibex
Suleman Markhor
Kashmir or Pir Panjal Markhor
Astor Markhor
Blue Sheep
Blanford Urial
Panjab Urial
Afghan Urial

Full Marks to Ahmad Sultan !!! ... Congrats !
Please also let the PG members know that you can also differentiate & identify the horns of Kashmir & Astor Markhor ... here in this photo ?

HAYAT M KHAN
15-05-2010, 02:23 PM
wow kaiser bhai, u have another fan in yr fan following.
its always a pleasure to meet hunters with great experience and vast knowledge.
Do you also take pakistani hunters on guided tours for himalayan ibex shoots?
if yes, what is the procedure.?
regards

PakistanGuides
16-05-2010, 12:54 AM
wow kaiser bhai, u have another fan in yr fan following.
its always a pleasure to meet hunters with great experience and vast knowledge.
Do you also take pakistani hunters on guided tours for himalayan ibex shoots?
if yes, what is the procedure.?
regards

Thank you dear, kindly give me your address & I'll e-mail you the info
best regards

Engineeer
17-05-2010, 02:04 PM
kaiser khan can we work it out here wd Pakistani people. i am interested to know ur services details please.

PakistanGuides
20-05-2010, 12:42 PM
kaiser khan can we work it out here wd Pakistani people. i am interested to know ur services details please.

Thanks nadeem bhai. Just send me your e-mail & I'll forward you the details
Best regards

Aamar
20-05-2010, 12:51 PM
Excellent stuff , amazing trophies and the photography is breathtaking, keep it up sir :)

ARlover
20-05-2010, 10:05 PM
PakistanGuide sir great work

HAYAT M KHAN
26-05-2010, 02:53 PM
wow kaiser bhai, u have another fan in yr fan following.
its always a pleasure to meet hunters with great experience and vast knowledge.
Do you also take pakistani hunters on guided tours for himalayan ibex shoots?
if yes, what is the procedure.?
regards

Thank you dear, kindly give me your address & I'll e-mail you the info
best regards


kaiser bhai, my email address is
hmk_22@hotmail.com
hmk22may@gmail.com

A R K TAREEN
26-05-2010, 03:15 PM
Sindh Ibex
Himalayan Ibex
Suleman Markhor
Kashmir or Pir Panjal Markhor
Astor Markhor
Blue Sheep
Blanford Urial
Panjab Urial
Afghan Urial

Full Marks to Ahmad Sultan !!! ... Congrats !
Please also let the PG members know that you can also differentiate & identify the horns of Kashmir & Astor Markhor ... here in this photo ?


Very well done Ahmed Sultan Bravo, I am really impressed gentleman .

Great trophies brother,PakistanGuides. I enjoyed a lot to go through your posts.

Hats off for both of you.

Regards.

M.HAMZA
26-05-2010, 05:55 PM
AOA,

Dear PakistanGuides,
Thanks again for a very nice post with high quality of photos.

ARlover
26-05-2010, 11:58 PM
sir i see a video of you on youtube and share it here on pak guns

Amjad Ali
10-06-2010, 07:34 PM
genious and golorious ENTHUSIAST sir u realy amazing and it`s the proud of pakistan to have these type of guides like u sir i m proud of u very nice .

alikhan687
12-06-2010, 02:09 AM
Sir ap mujhay ya be batyan kay ap kay pass kon kon se hunting guns han.yani kon kon say caliber ke.or currently kon kon se hunting rifle ka licence issue ho sakta ha.

GatlinGun
12-06-2010, 11:07 AM
Sir ap mujhay ya be batyan kay ap kay pass kon kon se hunting guns han.yani kon kon say caliber ke.or currently kon kon se hunting rifle ka licence issue ho sakta ha.

Why do you keep asking the same question in each thread?

Tipu
13-06-2010, 12:22 AM
Kaisar sb Great pics and great hunt thanx a lot to sharing these pics with us well ur client Jim Shockey hav very beautiful gun I think it is imported?

Shano Shah
22-09-2010, 02:08 AM
Very Impressive :)

"King Of Kings"
22-09-2010, 02:20 AM
brilliant hunt and very very nice photography

you are a real hunter

regards,

Saad.Jahangir
23-09-2010, 02:02 AM
nice photos and happy hunting....