Both the .35 Whelen and .375 H&H Magnum are classic cartridges that have the horsepower to take larger game species. Which is the better choice for the hunter? Contributor Philip Massaro takes a closer look at the pros and cons of each.
We’ve come to expect solid reliability from the Model 70 rifle, and the Extreme TrueTimber VSX MB doesn’t disappoint. It’s built for the backcountry and loaded with modern features like a threaded muzzle, fluted barrel, Cerakote finish and quality composite stock.
Despite the magnum moniker, the .327 Federal Magnum is a pleasure to shoot, giving it a lot of flexibility. It is a viable defensive cartridge, and in a hunting rifle, is a great choice for when shot distances are on the shorter end of the spectrum.
All scope mounting systems are not created equal. While some may work just fine on one rifle/cartridge combination, another may show the weaknesses of the design.
Do you toss and turn late at night over memories of bucks that got away? Our man does, too. Here are a handful of sleep-robbing tales of bucks that never even gave him a shot.
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.