USA -(Ammoland.com)- At the Safari Club International 2017 Convention in Las Vegas, Nev., 1150 unique hunts, fishing trips, art, firearms, furs, jewelry and outdoor products worth over $10 million will be auctioned off to convention attendees.
Only two days into the auctions, SCI has raised an impressive $85,500 from unique products and hunts.
Here’s a look at what’s sold at SCI 2017 so far:
Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017
Five-day New Mexico Rocky Mountain Elk Hunt
- Donated by Acoma Big Game Hunts.
- Sold for $17,000.
Kreighoff Classic ‘Big Five’ Double Rifle
- Donated by Krieghoff International.
- Sold for $16,500.
Two-day Utah Pronghorn Hunt for One
- Donated by Wade Lemon Hunting.
- Sold for $3,500.
Thursday, Feb. 2, 2017
Black Bear Hunt with Jim Shockey
- Valued at $8000.
- Sold for $35,000.
Five Day Colorado Mountain Lion Hunt
- Donated by Biggerstaff Guides and Outfitters.
- Sold for $13,500.
Over the two days and five items sold, SCI has made a total of $85,500. Stay tuned for more coverage of SCI’s auction specials.
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