Only 173 hunters have accomplished this incredible feat. Will you be the next?
The Grand Slam Club — later to become Grand Slam Club/Ovis — was founded in 1956 by Bob Housholder. It was a time of rising popularity for conservation, and records preservation was part of that initiative. One of his goals was to document those who bagged all North American trophies recognized by Boone & Crockett, ultimately keeping track of these impressive animals and the hunters who tagged them.
As a result, in time, the Super Slam of North American Big Game® was born. This achievement hasn’t been accomplished by many individuals, though. The complete list of registered recipients holds only 173 names. That’s a very small crowd, and it takes serious dedication, planning, resources, and time to become part of it.
Today, Grand Slam Club/Ovis (GSCO) is the official archive of the Super Slam of North American Big Game®. They house the records and maintain records keeping. Contact GSCO to register animals you harvest.
Here are all 29 animals you need to join an elite group of big game hunters.
Editor’s note: This gallery was originally compiled in January, 2018. Super Slam® is a registered trademark of Grand Slam Club/Ovis used with permission.
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