Sporting Classics’ annual rundown of new rifles covers everything from exquisitely crafted custom guns to powerhouses that can stop the biggest big game dead in its tracks.
When there’s no margin for error, you need to be sure of yourself and your rifle.
O’Connor is arguably the greatest gun writer that ever lived. Read some of his comments on gundogs, dangerous-game calibers, and, of course, the .270 Winchester.
When James Bond needed a gentleman’s double rifle, London’s Anderson Wheeler delivered.
Hornady’s big announcement was the creation of new polymer tips for its rifle ammo, solving the problem of previous tips melting at high velocities.
Brent Nicholson, 51, likely stole the guns from hunters and hunt clubs in neighboring North Carolina.
We are, as we have historically demonstrated, at the cutting edge of research and development.””
One of several great shots featured in Sporting Classics’ Guns & Hunting 2015 issue.
Beginning in 2016, Browning will offer a variety of ammunition types for sportsmen and shooters.
Every day can’t be a great day, but this one looks Purdey good. Watch as shooters carry their Purdey shotguns on a relaxing hunt.