Less than two hundred big game hunters were able to obtain licenses to make the costly safari by one-hundred-dollar-a-day pack trains.
LS 3 HORSEMEN SCANNING THE AREA.
MS SAME...ONE LOOKING THRU BINOCULARS AND POINTING.
LS A FEW BUFFALO ON THE RUN.
7 1/2 ft
MS SEQ A FEW BUFFALO GRAZING BUT VARY OF HUMANS.
MS FROM REAR OF 2 HUNTERS CROUCHING ONE AIMS RIFLE AT 2 ANIMALS IN THE DISTANCE.
16 1/2 ft
CS HUNTERS FACE AS HE DISCHARGES GUN...JERK OF RIFLE AS IT RECOILS AND THEN A FAST RELOAD.
MS FROM REAR OF HUNTER HE SHOOTS AGAIN AND MISSES A FAST RELOAD SEEING USED SHEIJ, EJECTED.
MS OTHER HUNTER FOLLOWING ANIMAL WITH RIFLE MOVEMENT HE SHOOTS.
LS ANIMAL IS RELIED CAREENING ON ITS BACK
MLS HUNTERS RUNNING TOWARDS CAMERA AND TOWARDS DYING ANIMAL.
28 1/2 ft
CS HUNTERS FACE AS HE LOCKS DOWN.
MCS HEAD AND NECK OF ANIMAL LYING ON GROUND EYE SLOWLY CLOSING.
31 1/2 ft
MS 2 HUNTERS WITH MEASURING TAPE PREPARE TO PLACE IT BETWEEN ANIMALS HORNS.
CS TAPE BETWEEN HORNS FINGER INDICATES SPREAD OF HORNS FROM TAPE TO HORN.
MS HUNTER STILL. HOLDING TAPE HOLDS ANIMALS RIGHT HORN TO POSE FOR PICTURE.
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Background: Less than two hundred big game hunters were able to obtain licenses to make the costly safari by one-hundred-dollar-a-day pack trains. But if the hunt is made an annual affair, it's expected to bring a big new source of revenue to the far north.