The guy who did get into AA and who whipped everybody's butt shot one gun, a Remington Model 870 pump. No Perazzis for him-the 870 went bang every time he pulled the trigger, and that was all he needed. In the world of big-game hunting, the one-gun approach is not at all unusual. Grancel Fitz, who took every animal on the B&C; list in the 1930s and 1940s, did it with an iron-sighted .30/06. Warren Page, our great former shooting editor, hunted his way to a Weatherby Award (given annually to hunters with stellar international-hunting rÂ¿Â¿sumÂ¿Â¿s) with a 7mm Mashburn Magnum that slew 475 head of big game on five continents. C.J. McElroy, who founded Safari Club International, did all his hunting with a .300 Weatherby Magnum. I saw his trophy room, which had more animals in it than Noah's ark, and his .300, which was so battered it scarcely resembled a rifle.