The game could be whitetails in the East, elk in the West, or anything from duiker to eland in Africa; these five cartridges have been there and done that.
Our annual survey highlights the year’s best ammunition and components—and you can see most of them under one roof at this year’s NRA Annual Meetings.
High-country hunters need topnotch equipment—but as little as possible.
Loaded with today’s 150-grain bullets, the .30-’06 Sprg. is ready for big game from antelope to elk.
Winchester’s affordable new ammo features a bonded bullet that exhibits 2.5-times expansion—perfect for deer.
Nosler’s M48 Trophy Grade Rifle features the company’s proprietary action and is guaranteed to shoot sub-MOA groups. At $1,745 it’s less than most custom rifles.
The rifle is built, the money is spent and the scope is mounted: It’s time to know whether this thing shoots.
Nosler has announced an AccuBond bullet that's designed to cater to some of the industry's most increasingly sought after cartridges.
Check out this rundown of some of 2013's upcoming ammunition releases—many of which will be on display at the 2013 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in May.
From handgun hunting loads to hard-to-find rifle rounds loaded with boutique bullets, the author reports stellar accuracy from all Double Tap ammo he's shot. While pricey, few things are more important to the success of your hunt than your ammo.