The bolt-action hunting rifle that inspired a million copies is back in production and better than ever. Considered the perfect repeating bolt-action dangerous game rifle, Rigby's Magnum Mauser in .416 Rigby delivers 5,100 foot pounds of energy and 52 foot pounds of recoil.
“I think,” says the author, “I've seen more game killed with fewer shots from this modest little cartridge than any other.” Here's the why and how, all of which may well explain the current spate of interest in the 7X57.
Professional hunter Ron Spomer displays the craftsmanship, function, accuracy, beauty and massive firepower of a .416 Rigby Mauser dangerous game rifle built in 1938.
The Ruger No. 1 is a versatile and handy rifle chambered in just about anything you need to take game on this—or any other—continent.
Historic pieces, including Kennedy’s M1 Garand and a Heinrich Himmler presentation Walther PP highlighted Rock Island Auction Company’s September 2015 gun auction.
Check out the unique and historic guns slated for James D. Julia’s fall firearms auction.
The firearms collection of famed gun writer Elmer Keith recently sold at auction and the results show Keith's prominence even today.
The remarkable results of six decades in the marketplace prompt Gun Digest to present here, in color, 10 great guns of Bill Ruger.
Vintage WWII Japanese firearms just keep on growing in popularity and price.