Between the .22-250 Remington and the .204 Ruger, which is the better choice for the hunter in the market for a cartridge capable of handling shots varying from bobcats in thick timber to coyotes across windy, open fields? Contributor Philip Massaro examines the pros and cons of each.
Thompson/Center is changing the way consumers think about bolt-action rifles with its new Dimension bolt-action platform. The Dimension features interchangeable barrels and other components that allow users to to change calibers—.204 Ruger to .300 Win. Mag.—while still maintaining Minute-of-Angle accuracy.
Legacy Sports International has announced that its Howa Mini Action will be available in 6.5 Grendel for 2015, making it the first bolt-action of its kind. Current available calibers include .204 Ruger, .222 Rem. and .223 Rem.
Sierra Ammunition has announced the new Prairie Enemy Varmint and redator family of hunting cartridges.
Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. has announced an all-new Predator version of its popular, 100 percent American-made Ruger American Rifle.