Your picture didn't come through on my computer, but I've eaten eland several times in South Africa and Zimbabwe, and yes, it did taste great.
When I killed my eland, our tracker emptied and cleaned the stomach so he could take it home to eat. The trackers and skinners had to carry my eland pieces about 1/4 mile to where they could get a vehicle. I told the tracker that I would help carry the rifles, packs, and meat, but he would have to carry out the stomach himself.
i was having trouble getting it to post, so sorry about that. i have not found there to be any aftertaste from the bone, as i cut it out and give it to my dog before cooking. i have not found the film of bone dust on these steaks as i did from another butcher shop either. the tenderloins hjave been just marvelous.
There is something about the look and feel of a bolt action rifle with a walnut stock that pleases me. Call me old fashioned, but the character of the rifle I choose to own is equally as important to me as how that rifle performs.
I’ll be the first to admit that the lack of weight in a carbon fiber stock is awfully nice when chasing elk in high country and that any synthetic could help a bit when mother natured decides to rain on your parade. My own preference, however, is to...