How do they shoot pesky predators in Africa? The distances can be bigger and the terrain wilder than the south of England. The principal is the same. Where they score is innovative use of a revolving seat mounted in the back of the bakkie. Predator control instructors MF Scheun and Mario Standing from the Northern Cape Professional Hunting School explain their set-ups.
The key to the foxshooting seats are the bearings they use. Both MF and Mario use wheel hubs as the main swivels for their seats. They welded on their seat structures, and added the cushioning. MF used the hub from a trailer. Mario bought his hub from a local engineering company in the Eastern Cape.
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