Long known for its lever-actions, Henry has introduced a version in a popular rifle cartridge – the .30-30 Win.
An accurate, reasonably priced and ready-to-shoot rifle.
Remington’s autoloading rifles deliver power, performance and ergonomics.
Not a bad design, but not extraordinary either.
An all-around cartridge for North American Big Game.
The benchmark used to measure bolt-action rifles.
The Bulge was a rifleman’s battle.
Kimber's Model 84L in .30-’06.
The rifle matters, but not as much as the shooter.
As the design and production of the Model 70 continued to evolve throughout the 1960s and 70s, the rifles remained examples of the best American bolt-actions.