SOME OF HIS WORLDWIDE
In China, Jack took a Blue Sheep at 14,500 feet.
In Tajikistan, he killed a Marco Polo ram at 17,000 feet.
In Mongolia, he succeeded on Altai Ibex, Hangay Argali and Gobi Ibex in two trips.
In Pakistan, he killed a Blandford Urial and Sindh Ibex.
And in Azerbaijan, Jack shot an Eastern Tur on his second hunt.
One shot kills of a male Cape Buffalo and a male Lion in Zimbabwe. And on a separate safari, he shot a 7-foot male Leopard.
In Cameroon, Jack tracked within 15 yards of a Bongo and arrowed it in the heart. Then it charged and the PH shot, so it is not counted as an official bow kill.
In Ghana, he followed a pygmy tracker with a headlamp for 9 hot, sweaty nights in search of the rare Royal Antelope. He saw one for a few seconds, but missed. That's what you call a memory!