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Savage Arms Introduces New 110 Carbon Predator

Savage Arms has introduced the newest member of the Model 110 bolt action rifle family, the 110 Carbon Predator. Built to withstand the elements and perform when it matters, this rifle features everything needed to pursue predators far into the field.

Behind the Bullet: .450 Bushmaster

If you want a cartridge that will handle deer and bear at woods distances in any state while providing the capability of being a rock-solid defensive cartridge, the .450 Bushmaster should have a place near the top of the list.

Head to Head: 7mm PRC vs. 7mm Remington Magnum

One is a newbie and the other ranks among the most popular hunting cartridges sold to this day, but both have appreciable characteristics. Which cartridge is the better choice for the hunter? Here’s a detailed look at the pros and cons of each.

Behind the Bullet: 7mm PRC

Fitting the niche between the 6.5 PRC and .300 PRC, Hornady’s brand-new 7mm PRC cartridge delivers long, high-BC bullets in a long-action receiver, and temperature-stable, magnum speed propellants for consistent velocity and extended barrel life.

Federal Ammunition 100-Year Celebration Sweepstakes Winner Announced

As part of the 100-year anniversary celebration, Federal Ammunition partnered with the NRA to hold one of the largest sweepstakes in company history.

Head to Head: 6.8 Western vs. .270 Winchester

Between the .270 Winchester and the new 6.8 Western, which cartridge is the better all-around choice for the hunter? Contributor Philip Massaro examines the pros and cons of each.

Hardware: Savage 110 PCS

The new 110 PCS bolt-action pistol is built around the 110’s factory blueprinted action, which is secured in a one-piece aluminum chassis from MDT and includes an AICS-style detachable box magazine. It makes for the perfect all-terrain firearm, and would be particularly useful when hunting from a tight ground blind.

Behind the Bullet: .275 Rigby

The .275 Rigby remains a fantastic choice for the big-game hunter, and has done it all over the course of its 130-year history.

Head to Head: .22 Hornet vs. .218 Bee

Both cartridges are easy on the ears and have minimal recoil, yet are effective for any of the smaller species for which they are suited. Which is the better choice for the hunter? Contributor Philip Massaro examines the pros and cons of each.

Behind the Bullet: .340 Weatherby Magnum

If the .338 Winchester Magnum puts an exclamation point on the end of the hunting sentence, the .340 Weatherby Magnum highlights and italicizes the paragraph. After all, that’s what the Weatherby cartridges were designed to do, and the .340 Weatherby does it well.

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