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Grand Slam of North American Wild Sheep

There have been many misconceptions over the years concerning the Grand Slam Club. Most knowledgeable hunters would readily define the Grand Slam as being one each of the four different North American wild sheep, which of course are the Dall, Stone, bighorn, and desert bighorn. However, this would not be technically correct. One should also realize that all four sheep have to have been taken fair chase by an individual hunter and documented with Grand Slam Club/Ovis. A popular misconception has been to believe that those who have taken all four sheep automatically become members of some informal, almost mythical, fraternity, but such is not the case and never has been.

A major part of GSCO's operations is to document all legally taken Grand Slams. To document your ram, you simply have to complete the simple documentation. All forms can be found here.

You can review detailed information about North American sheep here.

Ovis World Slam

An OVIS WORLD SLAM requires 12 different species (subspecies) of world animals from the Ovis World Slam form. All forms for submission ca be found here.

You can review detailed information about the world's sheep here.

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Capra Slam

A CAPRA WORLD SLAM requires 12 different species (subspecies) of world animals from the Capra World Slam form. All forms for submission ca be found here.

You can review detailed information about goats, chamois, tahr, and ibex here.