The Wanderings of an Elephant Hunter Annotated

The Wanderings of an Elephant Hunter is the story of Walter Dalrymple Maitland Bell, a famous big game hunter in East Africa at the turn of the century.

The Wanderings of an Elephant Hunter  Annotated

Author: W. D. M. Bell

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9781794605848

Page: 150

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The Wanderings of an Elephant Hunter is the story of Walter Dalrymple Maitland Bell, a famous big game hunter in East Africa at the turn of the century. 'Karamojo Bell, ' as he became known, devised many original techniques to seek out and capture his quarry, including a difficult rifle shot from a diagonal angle, later dubbed the Bell Shot. 'Wanderings' details Bell's ingenious ivory-hunting methodology, as well as his many memorable encounters on safari. *Annotated edition with footnotes and images.

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