In Cameroon, subscriber Rick Steiner says he took what should be SCI's new number one bongo and number two bay duiker, both in the handgun category. The bongo tentatively measures 85¼ inches, and after it dries should comfortably surpass the current record of 84 inches. His bay duiker green-measured 11 3/8 inches, a bit short of the current number one of 11 8/16. Steiner hunted with Faro West, booking agent Premier Safaris (407-889-9778; firstname.lastname@example.org), in their concession near Lokomo and the Sanga River bordering CAR in southeast Cameroon. He was guided by PH Franz Coupe and says he also took an exceptional blue duiker. He says there were plenty of bongo in this concession and that a reasonably fit hunter who can shoot well should have no problem taking a bongo. That said, he says hunters who have not done a forest hunt should know it is inherently tough to see game and get the shot.