From 20 odd years of publishing, the African Hunter Magazine has produced several books which cover in detail many aspects of big game hunting in Africa.
Nyati: The Art Of Hunting The African Buffalo by African Hunter Magazine (2003) is a detailed, practical 'how to do it' book on all aspects of buffalo hunting in Africa, particularly Zimbabwe. Biology, habits and internal structure of buffalo, habitat, food species, tracking, rifles, ammunition, bow hunting and much more. An extremely useful book that has become quite hard to find. "This is not a beautiful book intended for the bookshelf - it is one that will be used until dog-eared and worn and which will be hauled from the back-pack time and time again until you are a comfortable buffalo hunter. Unreservedly recommended." Pierre J Van Der Walt.
Hunter's Guide To Bush Medicine by African Hunter Magazine (2013) is a guide for unwary visitors to Africa where the biggest problems are the infectious diseases they are likely to encounter. Forewarned is forearmed and many of these diseases may not be so easy to diagnose once a person is back home. The emphasis of this book is simply raising awareness of what's out there. Compiled from two decades of published material from the African Hunter magazine, written by hunters and bushmen who have been there and done that.
Hunter's Guide To Classic Cartridges by African Hunter Magazine (2013) is a series of articles penned by well known AHM authors Ganyana and Charlie Haley, documenting the rise of eleven classics such as the 9.3 Mauser, .404 Jeffery, .303 British, .375 H&H Magnum, 6.5x54 Mannlicher-Schoenauer, the .577/450 Martini-Henry and even the 4-bore, and the circumstances surrounding their rise to prominence. Compiled from almost two decades of material published in the African Hunter magazine, this publication is a must read.
Campfire Tales: Tales From The Great North Road by African Hunter Magazine (2014) is a series of books is compiled from the many hundreds of thousands of words penned by all manner of hunters, from visiting sportsmen, to professionals and even those icons whose worlds bridge the old and new. They are presented here as easy reading, perhaps while one sits beside a glowing mopane fire sipping a whisky, or whilst in wait for that elusive leopard, or simply as a night-time elixir.
Hunter's Guide to Bow Hunting the African Way by African Hunter Magazine (2014) is compiled from more than 20 years of published material from the African Hunter Magazine, giving the reader or would-be bowhunter an in depth appreciation of bowhunting in Africa. Augmented with personal hunt reports, technical overviews and 20 anatomical shot placement diagrams, this work work is a must for those first time African bowhunters and those for whom Africa is already home. Kindle Version