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Elk taken by Scott Jones in 2005 with a 64" 62# American Wolf.


Southern Africa Cape Buffalo taken by Ricardo E. Longoria W. with a 81# @ 29" Black Wolf, shooting Ray Perkins wood arrows with STOS 160 broadheads. The 1073 grain arrows with sharp broadheads got complete penetration on this buffalo taking out ribs on impact and exit.
New World Record Moose (SCI and P&Y) taken by Randy Huff with a 58# Siberian Wolf using his wood arrows he made himself, and Zwickey broadheads (September, 1998) Tom Elias, showing off the antlers, is 6'2" tall and the rack is 83-inches wide.


Ricardo E. Longoria W. with Giraffe at Greater Kudu Land, RSA 1999 taken with a 66# @ 28" 66" Black Wolf TD using 725 grain Forgewood arrows and Magnus broadheads.

Lance Hardwig with Mokore Kudu 1999 (Bowhunting bootcamp/safari originally scheduled for Zimbabwe in 2000, but, due to present turmoil in Zimbabwe, the new bowhunting bootcamp location is Balla Balla Safaris, RSA.)

 


Gary Duckworth showing off Mokore trophies taken by Lance Hardwig and his brother Larry 1999 Mokore safari.

 Ricardo E. Longoria W. with 127-point Whitetail taken with a 62" Lobo TD 60# @28" with 625 grain cedar arrows by Ray Perkins with Magnus broadheads.

 
 

Jack B. Harrison with Javelina taken with 62" Lobo TD 50#@28" with 625 grain Forgewood arrows and Magnus broadheads.

Ricardo E. Longoria W. with Warthog at Greater Kudu Land, RSA 1999 taken with a 66" 66#@28" Black Wolf TD 725 grain Forgewood arrows and Magnus broadheads.

 

Ricardo E. Longoria W. with Gemsbok RSA 1999 with a 66" Black Wolf TD, Forgewoods with Magnus heads.

Ricardo E. Longoria with Polar bear. Taken with a 66" Black Wolf 66# @ 28", using Ray Perkins custom arrows and Magnus heads. Arrows were 625 grain+ . This is the only present-day 9.5' Polar bear taken with a longbow.


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January 2001
Ricardo E. Longoria W. with exotics taken while stalking with a Black Wolf 63# @ 28" shooting Ray Perkins arrows and Magnus I broadheads.

Ricardo Longoria

Ricardo Longoria
These Holiday Exotics collected by Ricardo E. Longoria in Texas were all taken with a 63# Black Wolf longbow and Ray Perkins arrows of Arrow Art using Magnus I broadheads.

Ricardo Longoria

Ricardo Longoria
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December 2000
Los Borragos Grand Slam taken by Jack B. Harrison with a 60# Lobo, Ray Perkins Arrows with Magnus I broadheads (December, 2000)

Jack Harrison

Jack Harrison

Jack Harrison

Jack Harrison
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November 2000
Pat LeFemine - 62 Inch Lobo 60# @ 28" - Wensel heads - Fall, 2000

Pat LeFemine

Pat LeFemine
Ricardo Longoria - 66 Inch Black Wolf 63# @ 28"
Ray Perkins Arrows with Magnus heads - Africa, 2000

Ricardo Longoria

Ricardo Longoria

Ricardo Longoria
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October 2000



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Here are pics of my last Black bear harvested last Friday in Manitoba. He was an honest 7-footer measuring just over 7 feet from nose to tail and squared an honest 7'x 7'. The skull is being boiled out now and will score over 20" for certain --- I doubt it will go 21" but it's possible. He probably weighed between 650 and 750 lbs. (estimate). The bow was a 75# Black Wolf shot at about 18 yds. ---- took out both lungs and he went about 30 yds. before collapsing --- arrow (cedar with footed shaft) went completely through the chest cavity. Last season I took a 6' 9" Black bear (skull measured 19.4) with a 73# Black Wolf. That varmit went less th an 15 yds. before giving it up. He surprised me very late in the evening and I had to shoot from the hip at 19 yds. Couldn't get full draw in that position, however, the arrow pierced two ribs (one on each side of the chest cavity) and the point stuck out about an inch on the opposite side of the bear.

Lewis

As an old Tlinget Indian once said, "Meat ain't meat unless it's in the pot!" "Too bad I had to use a 113 year old rifle to collect this 70 inch bull moose, instead of a longbow. It was unnecessary; but it was fun to shoot it with my 500/450 No. 1 English double rifle made back between 1889 and 1892. I wonder if it was in keeping with the spirit of traditional hunting . Anybody wishing to hunt these critters call me! Bows are optional!

 

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