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Browning X-Bolt Hunter

After a week of hunting in the hills of West Texas, the author grew fond of the stylish and accurate new X-Bolt rifle.

5 Reasons to Hunt Whitetails in Kentucky

The Bluegrass State is home to some bruiser deer, and there are plenty of opportunities for both residents and out-of-state hunters. Here are five important reasons you should add Kentucky to your big-buck bucket list.

Field Test: Browning Apparel

Browning Hell's Canyon Speed line consists a dozen garments including outerwear, and all are available in A-Tacs camo. For all but late-season western deer and elk hunting, it can’t be beaten.

A New Ruling for the .30-06 Sprg.

Loaded with today’s 150-grain bullets, the .30-’06 Sprg. is ready for big game from antelope to elk.

Hardware: Browning A5 Stalker

In 2012, after Benelli’s patent on its inertia action expired, Browning seized opportunity with a new-aged Auto-5, simply called the A5. Today the A5 line includes Mossy Oak bedecked guns and the shoot-all shown above, the new 31/2-inch Stalker, a semi-auto that looks and feels much like the old but that outperforms it in every way.

7 Great Deer Rifles Under $700

These budget-friendly bolt guns offer hunters a lot of rifle for a little money.

Top 10 Hunting Rifles Under $1,000

You don’t need to spend a fortune to own a reliable, durable, sub-MOA hunting rifle. Here’s our list of the best sub-$1,000 hunting rifles on the market today.

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