Kevin Doctari Robertson is one of Africa’s best-known authors and the originator of the idea of showing a “ghost view” of the vital organs on African big game. His books have sold tens of thousands of copies. In this brand-new book with all original materials, Doctari has produced the most comprehensive guide to shot placement for the African buffalo. He talks about his favorite calibers, what constitutes a good trophy, and when a buffalo should not be shot. He talks of hunting the cow buffalo, equally as dangerous as a bull, and he gives us his views and insights into various rifle types and bullets. Many books on African hunting profess to deal with it all, but Robertson focuses on only one subject—buffalo. In fact he deals with only one subspecies of the African buffalo—the Cape or southern buffalo, the largest of the subspecies and the one with the meanest and most ferocious reputation. This book, his first since he wrote his best seller, The Perfect Shot, over ten years ago, has it all: the African tracker, bow hunting, caliber choices, picking the right bullet (a very interesting subject and well covered), selecting rifle sights, trophy evaluation, anatomical features, differences between bulls and cows in the field, distribution and natural history, hunting accessories, and more. All of it has been illustrated with some of the most magnificent Cape buffalo photographs ever seen by world-class wildlife photographer Catherine Robertson. No African hunter will want to be without this book.