Hardware Savage 110 PCS Lead

Hardware: Savage 110 PCS

The new 110 PCS bolt-action pistol is built around the 110’s factory blueprinted action, which is secured in a one-piece aluminum chassis from MDT and includes an AICS-style detachable box magazine. It makes for the perfect all-terrain firearm, and would be particularly useful when hunting from a tight ground blind.

Behind the Bullet: .275 Rigby

The .275 Rigby remains a fantastic choice for the big-game hunter, and has done it all over the course of its 130-year history.

Head to Head: .22 Hornet vs. .218 Bee

Both cartridges are easy on the ears and have minimal recoil, yet are effective for any of the smaller species for which they are suited. Which is the better choice for the hunter? Contributor Philip Massaro examines the pros and cons of each.

#SundayGunday: Henry Long Ranger Express

Get a closer look at the Henry Long Ranger Express, the latest addition to our #SundayGunday series.

Behind the Bullet: .340 Weatherby Magnum

If the .338 Winchester Magnum puts an exclamation point on the end of the hunting sentence, the .340 Weatherby Magnum highlights and italicizes the paragraph. After all, that’s what the Weatherby cartridges were designed to do, and the .340 Weatherby does it well.

First Look: Rock River Arms All-Terrain Hunter

Rock River Arms (RRA) has introduced the All-Terrain Hunter (ATH),a mid-length, AR-platform rifle targeted squarely at the hunting market.

Hardware: Henry Long Ranger Express

If you’re looking for a compact, quick and scope-sighted (or red dot) coyote/varmint/deer rifle or personal defense rifle, the Henry Long Ranger Express, chambered in .223 Remington, is worth a hard look.

Members' Best 2022

Be it a bucket list hunt in a land of giants, an anniversary escape with a loved one, a quick scouting trip turned big-buck showdown or the culmination of a trophy slam, American Hunter readers searched for and found opportunity near and far this past year.

First Look: CZ-USA 600 Lux

The CZ 600 Lux boasts refined lines and traditional style to reflect gun makers and hunters' long, proud tradition.

Head to Head: .338-06 A-Square vs. .35 Whelen

Among the ’06 offspring are the .338-06 A-Square and the .35 Whelen, which give the shooter access to a larger frontal diameter and heavier bullet weights than are associated with the .30-06 Springfield. Which is the better choice for the hunter? Contributor Philip Massaro examines the pros and cons of each.

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