Editors’ Picks 2019: Winchester 350 Legend
Winchester Ammunition has leveraged its dual proficiencies in manufacturing both .223 Rem. cases and .35-cal. projectiles to produce an economical and versatile new big-game chambering that essentially uses both—the 350 Legend.
The Companion Handgun—Essential or Redundant?
Is a handgun an essential piece of a big-game hunter’s kit or a couple pounds of redundant weight dragging down a hunter’s pants?
Remington Reintroduces Scirocco Bonded Center-fire Rifle Ammunition
Remington has announced the reintroduction of it Premier Scirocco Bonded center-fire rifle ammunition line.
Chain Breaker: Hornady’s 6.5 mm PRC
An innovator has introduced a big brother to the 6.5 mm Creedmoor that is poised to become the go-to cartridge for extreme long-range shooting and big-game hunting.
Video—ARTV: Winchester XPR Rifle Review
In this "Rifleman Review" segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman Television, Mark Keefe shoots the Winchester XPR Rifle.
Texas Allows Airguns For Big-Game Hunting
The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (TPWD) Commission announced that, effective Sept. 1, 2018, airguns and air bows using .30-cal. and larger projectiles will be allowed for the legal and ethical harvest of game animals, more specifically, deer and turkey.
Editors’ Picks 2018: Browning BXC Ammunition
Browning Ammunition notched a win with an NRA Golden Bullseye last year—the best ammunition line launch I’ve seen—and now it is expanding its offerings for hunters with the BXC Controlled Expansion series.
Editors’ Picks 2017: Norma EcoStrike
Norma is taking a unique approach to lead-free big-game bullets with EcoStrike.
Editors’ Picks 2017: Winchester Expedition Big Game Long Range
Winchester Ammunition’s Expedition Big Game Long Range loads carry Nosler AccuBond Long Range bullets, which are designed to be tough on North America’s largest game, yet boast high ballistic coefficients (BC).
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.