Crimson Trace takes a big step from laser sights and lights to offer a full line of riflescopes in 2019. The CSA-2309 3X-9X-40mm Sport offers hunters a host of features such as zero-resettable turrets, 11 illumination settings and a first-focal-plane MOA-based holdover reticle at an attractive price.
Hardcore waterfowlers will agree that Beretta shotguns are some of the most reliable, durable guns a hunter can own. The new A400 Xtreme Plus is perhaps the best of the bunch, and the newest version comes stacked with features that set it apart from the rest of the class.
American hunters now have the opportunity to don their support for the long-term preservation of our hunting heritage and outdoor lifestyle with the new NRA-exclusive Mossy Oak Overwatch camouflage pattern, unveiled at the 2019 SHOT Show in Las Vegas.
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.
New from Kimber is a Long Slide version of its Stainless Target pistol. Three features make it particularly well suited for handgun hunting: a 10mm Auto chambering, a 6-inch barrel for increased velocity and sight radius, and excellent sights that consist of an adjustable rear notch and a red, fiber-optic front.
Although American Hunters may not be familiar with Lithgow Arms, the manufacturer has been making firearms in Australia since 1912. Now, Legacy Sports International imports three Lithgow models—the LA101 Crossover rimfire, LA102 Crossover centerfire sporter and LA105 long-range precision rifle—to the United States.
Some shooters call Federal Premium’s new .224 Valkyrie, a “.223 on steroids.” While that may sound cliché, the point is this new cartridge is the world’s first supersonic, 1,300-yard cartridge designed for AR-15s.