Hunting

Some guns blaze through history and forever change the face of firearms design.  The 1860 Henry Patent Rifle, though short lived, did just that. It’s now recognized as one of America’s greatest contributions to firearms design.  With originals rare and expensive—think $25,000 to $100,000—reproductions are the closest most of us will ever get to appreciating
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The Mountain Rifle is handy, but still hefty enough for steady off-hand shots. (Photo: Terril James Herbert/Guns.com) Factory-made traditional muzzleloading rifles fail to impress at times. The rifles available today are less expensive than they have ever been. Their accuracy and reliability when loaded properly should give a modern rifle shooter reason to pause. Unfortunately,
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McMillan’s A5-22 stock can transition from bench to prone shooting, according to the company. (Photo: McMillan) McMillan released the latest in its series of stock, introducing the A5-22 designed specifically for 10/22 barreled actions. The A5-22 stock is a slight tweak on McMillan/s A-5 precision tactical stock. Created for Ruger 10/22 actions and Kidd 10/22
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Features New from Savage Arms in 2018 is a series of bolt action rifles called the 10 (short action) and 110 (long action) BA Stealth Evolution.  Available chamberings include .223 Remington, .300 Winchester Magnum, .308, 6 Creedmoor. 6.5 Creedmoor, and .338 Lapua. This long-range specialist is an update to the  original 10 BA Stealth, released
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Savage Arms’ new Model 110 Scout comes in a flat dark earth and black motif. (Photo: Savage Arms) Savage Arms continues to roll out new Model 110 updates, introducing the latest in the series — the Model 110 Scout. Equipped with the company’s latest innovation, the AccuFit system, the Scout allows shooters to customize both
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What do you get when you have a pair of new 10mm longslide 1911-style pistols?  A head-to-head, that’s what.  There are far too many similarities in style, audience, features, and price not to consider the 6 inch Remington R1911 and Springfield TRP Operator arch enemies, not only in the tactical market, but the hunting pistol
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The .224 Valkyrie is designed for long range shooters. (Photo: Federal Ammunition) Federal Premium introduced a new load into its .224 Valkyrie lineup, launching the 90-grain Sierra MatchKing. Designed for long-range target shooters, the 90-grain load was specifically created for the MSR 15 platform. The new cartridge delivers less wind drift and drop, also maintaining
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The Krux rifle stock in Sentinel Green. (Photo: Iota) Iota Outdoors relayed to consumers that reduction time on its custom stocks has been reduced by more than 50-percent with customers now facing expected ship dates of just under three weeks. This reduction in lead time, down from six weeks, applies to Iota custom series of
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A Huffington Post opinion piece led by the President Obama’s former wildlife boss sparked clarification from the Outdoor Writer’s Association of America. Headquartered in Missoula, Montana, the OWAA is composed of some 800 individual members and about 200 supporting groups “from the broad, modern spectrum of outdoor beats, from shooting to camping, backpacking to kayaking,
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Gunwerks adds a new Premium Rifle Brass line to its catalogue. (Photo: Gunwerks) Gunwerks announced its branching out, adding an all new, premium rifle brass line to its long range shooting solutions. Designed for precision shooters, the Gunwerks Premium Rifle Brass offers consistency lot to lot with extremely tight tolerances. “Consistency is key,” Mike Davidson,
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The Ultra IR Illuminators are designed to work alonside the company’s Digisight Ultra. (Photo: Pulsar) Pulsar introduces new models to its Ultra IR Illuminators series, launching the Ultra-850 IR Illuminator and the Ultra-940 IR Illuminator. The Ultra IR series is designed to work with Pulsar Digisight Ultra models only, mounting to the side socket on
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