It was great to see the author, hunter and Westley Richards supporter Ross Seyfried at the Safari Club Convention last week in Las Vegas. Ross was the only person allowed to take the Sutherland 577 rifle from its case and shoot an elephant! I think if anyone could understand the history in the rifle, where it had been and what it had done, Ross would be that person.
neil mcveigh on February 14, 2014 at 9:28 am
REAL SORRY I DIDN'T GET TO SEE ROSS AT THE WR STAND IN LAS VEGAS.HE IS ONE OF MY FAVOURITE WRITERS NO BULLSHIT!
robert christopher on April 19, 2015 at 7:01 pm
hi, i own a westley richards super magnum explora and would like to contact ross seyfreid for his advice on loading it. could you please help? thanks robert c.
Simon Clode on April 20, 2015 at 5:51 am
I will send him your email address and ask him to contact you.
Gary Mol on February 17, 2016 at 7:31 am
I am wondering if Mr. Seyfried is still a guide for Elk hunting? If so, how would I make contact.
Simon Clode on February 17, 2016 at 11:53 pm
I will send him your contact details. I believe he does still guide.
Robert Hynden on March 31, 2016 at 4:08 pm
I would like for you to contact Ross and give him my email address. I have a friend who is building a new double rifle and between us we have several questions about regulation and loads for doubles. I have built several doubles myself and Ross was always one of my favorite writers. Thank You.
Sincerely ,Robert M. Hynden
Simon Clode on April 2, 2016 at 4:29 am
I will send him your contact. Obviously we can help with questions on regulating rifles as we do it on a daily basis. There is a new publication by Woodleigh Bullets written by Geoff McDonald and Graeme Wright on loading for double rifles which you should get hold of if hand loading. http://www.woodleighbullets.com.au
The key to the success of regulation is consistent ammunition, attempting regulation before establishing that is a waste of time!
Wayne on July 5, 2020 at 11:59 am
I first became familiar with Ross when he wrote for GUNS & AMMO Magazine. He more than filled a void when Elmer Keith passed but continued along a more modern line of Mr. Keith's past ideals. He is without question the best gun writer of my time.
Ross assisted me several times by telephone on issues I was having casting bullets and loading for double rifles. On both occasions, he was spot on and more than happy to help. I am a big fan of Ross Seyfried and only hope some day he writes a book on his many arms and adventures.