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.
The author takes a look at a world-class AR pistol well-suited for home defense in this SIG P516 review.
“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.
Hot on the heels of offering upper receivers in .300 Blackout, Stag Arms is now offering complete carbines ready to chew through the round.
The Weatherby Mark V has gone though its first redesign since the rifle was introduced in 1958.
Professional hunter Ron Spomer displays the craftsmanship, function, accuracy, beauty and massive firepower of a .416 Rigby Mauser dangerous game rifle built in 1938.
Pairing a modular design with top-class reliability, the new SIG Sauer MCX is ready for anything.
When it comes to long guns in Oklahoma City, traditional models are winning the day.
Save time, ammo and your wits with this clever sighting system — just in time for hunting season.