Pelican introduces its new Ruck personal utility cases. Built to protect essential accessories on any adventure, the cases are watertight and have a co-molded rubberized liner and exo-skeleton cushioned EVA lining to shield your valuables from drops, shock, dust, dirt and water.
Yamaha, celebrating 15 years of displays at the SHOT Show, introduces its Wolverine X2. The utility vehicle is equipped to conquer tight trails with compact design, nimble handling, four-wheel drive, tilt steering and—best of all—power steering.
Winchester introduces the Wildcat, a striker-fired autoloading rimfire rifle that is a snap to clean because its lower receiver is easily removed from the upper with a push of a button; then hunters punch the bore by merely insert a cleaning rod through the rifle's rear access port, protecting the crown.
American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach introduces the basics of shooting with pistol-mounted red-dot optics.
Last year, vaunted Spanish barrel maker announced that it'd be producing full-fledged performance rifles. The announcement caught the eye of more than a few American hunters, who have taken to the company's B-14 Timber and B-14 Hunter with ease. For 2016 there'll be another option: the B-14 Woodsman.