The .243 Winchester: History & Performance
Based on the .308 Win. cartridge of the post-World War II era, a 6 mm cartridge emerged shortly thereafter and has become one of America's favorite hunting rounds. The .243 Win. provides today's hunter and long-range shooter with versatility that is tough to beat.
Winchester Celebrates 100th Anniversary Of Super-X
Winchester is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its Super-X cartridge family with a number of retro offerings styled like the company's 1920s ammo boxes.
Reloading the .243 Winchester
We have all heard the old saying, “beware of the hunter with only one gun.” My guess is that it started with a guy shooting a .243 Winchester.
Alliant Reloder 23 And 26 Propellants
Owners of rifles with overbore and magnum chamberings have two new propellant options in Reloder 23 and Reloder 26.
Hornady CUSTOMLite .243 Win. Ammunition
Hornady's reduced-recoil CUSTOMLite .243 Win. ammunition is a good option for new and recoil-intolerant shooters.
An American Favorite: The .243 Winchester
Countless young hunters shoot rifles chambered in .243 Win. to take untold numbers of big game, despite assertions from big-bore advocates that the .243 is marginal, at best, for smaller big-game animals. How do they do it?
What About the Other 6 mms?
One of America’s most popular cartridges is the .243 Win., however, the 6 mm Rem. and .240 Wby. Mag. actually deliver better ballistics.