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The .458 Lott: A Dedicated Cartridge for Dangerous Game

The .458 Lott, legitimized as a factory proposition by Ruger and Hornady, is a task-specific cartridge made for the business of taking on the world’s biggest—and most dangerous—game.

The Ruger Model 77 Rifle Turns 50

A half-century on, it’s no coincidence that the upstart bolt-action that took on the big boys remains one of most respected rifles in the field.

The Kimber Rifle Story

The company best known for its rifles with classic American lines, light weight and accuracy, Kimber, actually had its beginning Down Under more than a half-century ago. Now you can have a Kimber in any size or weight you would like—and some are even affordable.

Not a Question of Need: The .400 H&H Magnum

With a belt and gentle shoulder, the .400 H&H Mag. could be called “old-school” in design, but it was introduced in the 21st century. With “modern” big bores such as the .416 Rem. Mag. and .458 Win. Mag., do we really need the .400? Dakota Arms sure seems to think so.

Kimber Hunter Rifle Review

This new bolt-action from Kimber is light, accurate and affordable. What’s not to like?

How To Shoot Big Guns

Recoil is a fact of life—and physics. So, when it comes to larger-caliber rifles, the author, a seasoned African hunter, has learned a thing or two about managing it. The trick is to shoot without developing a flinch. Follow these steps and you, too, can handle a big gun like a pro.

New from Montana Rifle Company

Montana Rifle Company showed off three of its latest designs on the first day of the 142nd NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits: the American Vantage Rifle, the Xtreme Vantage Rifle and the Montana Tactical Rifle.

Beauty & the Beast: A Pair of Kimbers

A Kimber Model 84L and a Kimber Model 8400 Caprivi were the author’s choices for the adventure of a lifetime.

What "German Engineering" Means In Gun Trade

“German engineering” is a phrase we’ve come to associate with high-performance automobiles like BMW and Mercedes-Benz, but the concept applies to firearms every bit as much, if not more. This was brought home to me recently as I took a long look at the guns of Heym and Blaser.

ARTV 2010 Ep. 8: Kimber Caprivi .458 Lott

Kimber Caprivi .458 Lott Review

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