Nosler or Swift A-Frame bullets.” Jeff has an impressive hunting background and has been an SCI member since 1983 including serving 15 years on the Board of the Wisconsin Chapter, four years there as Treasurer, two as Vice President and two as President. He has 91 international hunting trips–44 to Africa–and has collected 624 head of big game from five continents. Among those head, Jeff has taken seven buffalo, one lion and one 9-foot inland grizzly bear using 300-grain Swift A-Frame bullets in his .375 H&H. His three most recent buffalo needed only one shot each. “I'm not a fan of monolithic bullets because I find them too long for caliber and not as good as lead-core or tungsten,” writes Jeff. “The atomic weight for the material is much less than lead or tungsten and penetration in a direct line is not as good. They work, but there are better.” We'd like to know what rifles, ammo, optics, etc. other SCI members are using that are working well for them on hunts. If you're an SCI member and have information you'd like to share, send the info along with photos and your SCI Member number to email@example.com or write to: Steve Comus, Director of Publications Safari Club International 4800 West Gates Pass Road Tucson, AZ 85745 If you're not a member, take a minute to sign up.