View Full Version : Huge Number of Lost Hunting Rifles Found In South Africa

The Hunting Report
08-01-2002, 03:41 PM
This afternoon, too late for substantive follow-up, The Hunting Report learned that up to 400 lost hunting rifles have been found in government warehouses in Johannesburg, South Africa, near the international airport. The basically good news here is tempered by word reaching us that the guns are on a fast track for destruction if owners of the guns can't be found quickly. The Hunting Report is mounting an effort to save these rifles. More details are available now at E-Mail Extra (http://www.huntingreport.com/email-extra/welcome.cfm). Additional information will also be available soon at World Hunting Update (http://www.huntingreport.com/news/world-hunting-update.cfm). - Don Causey, Editor/Publisher.

The Hunting Report
08-08-2002, 12:03 PM
The Hunting Report, the newsletter for hunters who travel, has learned that a large number of lost hunting rifles has been found in South African government warehouses near Johannesburg International Airport. If you or someone you know has lost a hunting rifle while traveling to, or through, South Africa, it's urgent that you immediately contact authorities there who are trying to sort out the problem. More information on these rifles, how they appear to have been lost and details on who to contact are available at
www.huntingreport.com/news/world-hunting-update.cfm#saguns (http://www.huntingreport.com/news/world-hunting-update.cfm#saguns)

(Edited by The Hunting Report at 12:04 pm on Aug. 8, 2002)

08-09-2002, 11:56 PM
I wonder if I tell them I did not get back my Holland & Holland double in a nitro cal. Will they send it back to me.

A guy can dream.