The Silver Rifled Deer is accurate with sabot slugs, it provides very fast follow-up shots and the gas system reduces recoil effectively.
No question, the Remington R15 VTR semi-automatic .223 Rem. is the right rifle for any target problem.
Time will tell if the AR design will gain mainstream acceptance with American hunters, but this rifle has certainly opened a big door to that possibility.
From its desert tan color to its slick, short-throw bolt, and incredible accuracy, this is a perfect coyote hunting rifle that will easily handle rodent work, too.
Introduced last summer, the 220 is the evolution of the 12-gauge Savage 210 bolt gun, which was introduced in the mid-1990s.
The BFR is a great choice for someone wanting the most power in a portable package at a reasonable price.
The .223 Rem. is a very versatile round with loading options for everything from varmints up to whitetails and even self-defense.
Just like its brethren, the A-Bolt shotgun features a rifled barrel, premium trigger and all the features hunters cherished in Browning's A-Bolt rifle.
A barrel-locking nut and AccuTrigger make the 212 a very accurate option.