This issue features H-S Precision PLR Rifle, Trendsetting Rifle Cartridges, .17 Ackley Hornet, Winchester’s Unloved Baby, Auxiliary Chambers, and much more.
When talking about the variety of American guns that are available today, nothing seems to surpas... ...Read More >
Nosler® Inc., a world leader in the manufacture of premium bullets, cartridge cases and ammuniti... ...Read More >
The simple truth is that 90+ percent of all African hunting has been done with a single-shot rifl... ...Read More >
There came a time when the idea of providing unsolicited advice to another shooter became something I wanted no part of, and still don’t. This first started back when internet forums were wired up and became crammed with “factual opinions,” many of which made little sense to me. Twelve years later, such web chatter still goes on and on, though some pundits now provide good advice – although people will believe what they want anyway, no matter if it’s wrong or right. ...Read More >
It has been 58 years since the famous Winchester pre-’64 Model 70 rifle was discontinued; however, it is still highly relevant and influential with select rifle manufacturers. Collectors justifiably snatch up and lockup pristine examples, rare calibers and configurations, etc., to preserve a piece of history. But knowledgeable hunters and sportsmen desiring a highly rugged and reliable rifle, especially those that pursue big and potentially dangerous game, or that hunt under harsh conditions, still search out shooter-grade Model 70s. So why is there so much fuss over a bolt-action rifle that has been out of production for nearly six decades? Let’s take a closer look. ...Read More >
Without a doubt, I consider the Mauser Model 1898 as king of bolt-action rifles – both military and sporting types. Nearly every twentieth-century, bolt-action sporting rifle was based on the ’98 Mauser’s design to one degree or another. ...Read More >
Today, it seems that firearms we use for hunting have to carry either a scope or a red dot sight. Included are not only rifles, but handguns and even shotguns used for turkeys. This is all rather strange to someone who grew up long before red dots, where the only scopes seen were either on centerfire .22 varmint rifles or rimfire target guns. ...Read More >