The Path of a Hunter
Gilles Tré-Hardy Foreword by Marc Pechenart.
Move some of your hunting titles to one side. There are more photos of 100 pound elephant tusks in this book than in most others. However, this is more than a big game hunting book. It is the incredible autobiography of an intrepid big game hunter, a man who chose to to follow THE PATH OF A HUNTER throughout his life. Tré-Hardy himself was hunted during WW II, and twice escaped back to his native France. In Africa he was more like a John Boyes than a mere administrator or game warden. Some of his favorite saying: the bigger the game, the more important it is to be alone and anything that does not deserve a .470 is not worth hunting. When in a dangerous situation it is important to make your mind up quickly and move your butt even more so. You might not know Tré-Hardy today, but if you read this book, you won't forget him. No wonder he was selected to be personal PH for most French Presidents during his career, as well as for almost anyone who really wanted a very big elephant.
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