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Head to Head: .22-250 Remington vs. .204 Ruger

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.

An Ode to the 28-Gauge

Thanks to advancements in ammunition and new, moderately priced shotguns, the once-obscure 28-gauge is now a top choice for hunts ranging from pheasants in CRP fields to bagging a trophy tom.

Behind the Bullet: .204 Ruger

The .204 Ruger occupies the space between the .22 centerfires and the .17s, giving fantastic results on varmints and predators alike without the wind deflection issues of the .17s and less recoil than the .22 centerfires.

12 Deer Cartridges You’ve Probably Never Hunted With

Here’s a look at a dozen deer cartridges you more than likely haven’t hunted with, but your grandfather (or great grandfather) loved.

Head to Head: .17 Hornet vs. .17 Remington

Let’s take a look at the .17 Hornet and .17 Remington and compare and contrast their attributes.

Behind the Bullet: .30-30 Winchester

The .30-30 Winchester remains a top-seller, and new rifles are continually produced for the veteran cartridge. Why? It’s a simple design, easy on the shoulder and wallet, and very effective inside of 200 yards.

3 Rifle Cartridges to Hunt the World

From varmints to African dangerous game, contributor Philip Massaro takes a closer look at three groups of cartridges that cover the entire spectrum.

Top 6 Sub-Gauge Turkey Loads

Chasing spring gobblers with a sub-gauge this year? Check out these six performance-enhancing turkey loads that are the best on the market today.

Behind the Bullet: .222 Remington

Though the .223 Remington has stolen the limelight—military adopted cartridges tend to do that after all—we owe a debt of gratitude to Mike Walker and his development. Without the .222, there would be no .223.

NRA Whittington Center: Vacation Mecca for Folks Like Us

Named after former NRA president George R. Whittington, the 33,000-acre Whittington Center complex was purchased in 1973 and opened four years later. It has since become a must-see destination for outdoor enthusiasts.

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