Testing the .26 Nosler

Nosler's new long-range cartridge-the first to bear the company name-does precisely what it was designed to do: shoot fast, flat and live up to the hype surrounding its ballistic performance.

.270 Wby. Mag.: The Original Weatherby

Seventy years after Roy Weatherby unveiled his namesake company, his first big-game offering, the .270 Wby. Mag., remains among the best long-range cartridges to date.

The .300 Winchester Magnum

The .300 Winchester Magnum was not the first, and is certainly not the last, large-capacity cartridge to fire .30-cal. bullets.

The New 6.5-300 Weatherby Magnum and Mark V Rifle

The new 6.5-300 Wby. Mag. cartridge and the redesigned Mark V rifle carry on Weatherby’s tradition of high-velocity ammunition and high-quality firearms while incorporating features desired by today’s performance-minded shooters.

So, Are Magnums Dead?

Cartridge preferences are shifting these days, and there are more magnum cartridges out there than ever before. So, why is no one talking about them? Are belts and blazing velocities things of the past? Has America cured itself of Magnumitis?

A Look Back at the Weatherby Rifle

While businesses evolve with marketplace changes, Weatherby adapts modern demands to a remarkably successful product line.

The .300 Winchester Magnum

The .300 Winchester Magnum was not the first, and is certainly not the last, large-capacity cartridge to fire .30-cal. bullets.

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