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A Montana Goes To Africa: Hunting With Kimber's 84M

An African safari, in a place aptly named Eden, won a traditionalist rifleman over to synthetic and stainless rifles.

A Remington Model 721 On Safari

A Remington Model 721 bolt-action—forerunner of the Model 700—was the author’s constant companion in Africa. And even though the gun itself is unremarkable, it is the center of stories that are anything but.

The Professional Hunter's Rifle

A professional hunter’s rifle is possibly the most important tool of his trade, and that which often keeps the close calls from becoming radio calls for help.

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.

Handloads: 6.5x54mm Mannlicher-Schoenauer

The previous owner of my 6.5 carbine bought another cocking piece and had a gunsmith screw a Williams aperture sight on top, making the rifle more friendly to older eyes.

New for 2020: Uberti USA 1885 Courteney Stalking Rifle

Joining Uberti's expansive lineup of reproduction guns in 2020 is the 1885 Courteney Stalking Rifle. Check it out here.

Tonight on American Rifleman TV: Over There! Soldiers But Not Equal; S&W M&P380 Shield EZ; the Norwegian 1914 pistol

The ARTV staff continues its look at the Men & Guns of the Great War, this time getting a closer look at the American Expeditionary Force and its African-American soldiers who fought under the French command

Swift High Grade Hunting Ammunition

One thing many African professional hunters agree on is that the very best bullets for stopping dangerous game come from a modest workshop located halfway around the globe in Quinter, Kan.

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.

Handloading the 6.5x54 mm Mannlicher-Schoenauer

The previous owner of my 6.5 carbine bought another cocking piece and had a gunsmith screw a Williams aperture sight on top, making the rifle more friendly to older eyes.

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