Some might say the Model 1873 Winchester “Won the West,” but it was Model 1892 that conquered Hollywood. Made in New Haven, Conn., in 1919, this original Winchester Model 1892 rifle in .32-20 Win. is just one of more than a million made between 1892 and 1941.
Composed of BPA-Free food-grade materials, the bowl is both dishwasher and microwave safe, and has transparent sides to ensure even application of breading or batter.
At its introduction, Ruger’s Mark IV .22 Long Rifle pistol was offered in two models and three SKUs. The Target model, available in black or stainless, is the all-business, utilitarian descendent of Bill Ruger’s Standard model rimfire. But for American Rifleman’s Joe Kurtenbach, it’s the Hunter model that truly captures the spirit of Ruger’s original, and capitalizes on the platform’s evolution.
At SHOT Show 2016, Weatherby premiered its new Vanguard Camilla, a rifle designed exclusively with the huntress in mind. The company's mission, from the start, was to craft a rifle that was designed from the ground up for women, by women—and not to just make a smaller, pinker version of a standard Vanguard. The result is the Camilla. To honor Camilla—and huntresses everywhere—the company rolled out a tribute video discussing the rifle's beginnings, just in time for Mother's Day 2016.