With a name as iconic as the company that makes it, this Ruger rifle’s blend of features and value are making it a quick favorite among sportsmen from sea to shining sea.
From easy handling, far-shooting bolt-guns for hunters, to the latest AR-style tactical guns, manufacturers didn't disappoint with these 16 new 2015 rifles introduced at this year's SHOT Show.
The benefits of hunting with a suppressor can be soothing to your ears.
Built somewhat on the company’s famed A-Bolt rifle design, first introduced in 1985, the new AB3 seeks to incorporate that same precision and quality that A-Bolt fans celebrate, while eliminating some of the more costly bells and whistles.
The successful Ruger Scout Rifle — originally chambered in the heavier-hitting .308 cartridge — will now be offered in 5.56 NATO, making it both a practical scout-style rifle for tactical use and a sweet varmint hunting rig.
The rimfire is alive and well. Just ask anybody who is still hunting down ammo. Once you find it, here are four new rifles worth firing some rounds through.
Hunting rifles run the entire gambit of prices points, from dirt cheap to top dollar. And for one retailer in the heart of Colorado's big game country, those are exactly the prices that are in demand.
In the course of deer hunting over fifty years, Walt Hampton has seen a few deer get shot. Here are his favorite deer loads.