Many shooters have been wondering how the new AccuPowers would compare with the company’s established AccuPoint scopes. Can the new kid measure up? To see firsthand, John Zent joined company VP Sales and Marketing Chuck Wahr and Driftwood Media’s Eddie Stevenson for what might sound like a contrived substitute for a “real” deer hunt.
Field Editor Brian McCombie wanted to see just what it was like to bag a few hogs from the air, Texas style. Get an inside look at this hunt with the story and video provided here.
The Model 11/111 Hog Hunter stems from the Model 110 rifle action that has made Savage so popular. Designed with the nation's ever-growing feral pig population in mind, the Hog Hunter features a 20" barrel that comes factory threaded for any muzzle device that you might have in mind. And, starting this year, it became available in .338 Federal.
Though not something you see everyday, pump-action rifles remain in production at a number of different companies—including Remington. Big Green is still building pump-action repeating rifles, and the 7600's modern machining and utility-driven design, paired with one of America's favorite deer cartridges, combines to create an excellent, if unorthodox, hunting firearm.
American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach breaks down the latest NRA Gun of the Week, the Mossberg MVP LR Tactical Bolt-Action Rifle.
Get a closer look at the Smith & Wesson Performance Center 460XR—a custom-tuned, 78-oz., double-action revolver with capacity for five .460 S&W Mag. rounds.