German firearms manufacturer Merkel has announced that it will be releasing its new MHR 16 to the American market. Designed to be the company's first "budget" bolt-action, the MHR 16 was designed and manufactured specifically for the expectations of American hunters and shooters.
What Winchester sought to do in 1958 was to provide those hunters who pursued the great bears and larger cervids of North America with a perfect choice for their endeavors, as well as developing one the most logical choices for an African light rifle. The result? The .338 Win. Mag.
The 6.5 Creedmoor makes for an excellent hunting cartridge for almost all game south of elk and moose. There’s something to be said for a short, efficient case for someone who shoots often and at high volumes, and the 6.5 Creedmoor is definitely that.
American Hunter contributor, internationally known hunter, author of numerous books and Weatherby Award winner Craig Boddington today thrilled onlookers in person and fans who tuned in on Facebook live during a special session presented by American Hunter during the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits: “Craig Boddington on Great Rifles and Cartridges.”
A Navy veteran and his buddy discover discounted hunting in Idaho. The program highlights similar efforts by states nationwide to treat resident and nonresident veterans.