Long-action and short-action cartridges both have their benefits, but which type is “better”?
Hurricane Harvey had flooded the house, but the owner wasn’t about to lose his guns, too.
There’s a new myth starting: Riflemen no longer have to deal with holdover thanks to BDC reticles and turret dialing.
The .25-06 Remington is a great cartridge with a small problem: obscurity.
The pistol, rifle, and shotgun versions of the safes all apply.
This ultra-rare .225 double was built for the owner’s grandchildren to hunt springbok with, but alas, that trip never took place.
Creating the perfect ammo for the Ultimate Sheep Rifle.
While most gun-shot animals expire due to hemorrhaging, hydrostatic shock sometimes drops them like a bolt of lightning.
The RevX provides the long-range performance of Gunwerks’ previous rifles, but at half the cost.
The safest hunting cartridges for congested areas aren’t necessarily the old, heavy, slow ones. Fast and light might be right.