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Are Premium Hunting Bullets Worth the Extra Cost?

Are Premium Hunting Bullets Worth the Extra Cost?

It’s no secret that premium hunting bullets offer greater accuracy, higher ballistic coefficients and better...
A Simple Plan

A Simple Plan

Though it seemed like a simple plan, the right place and the right time only...
Behind the Bullet: .358 Norma Magnum

Behind the Bullet: .358 Norma Magnum

Hunters who enjoy using cartridges that aren’t among the most popular should consider a rifle...
Behind the Bullet: 7mm-08 Remington

Behind the Bullet: 7mm-08 Remington

Released in 1980, the 7mm-08 Remington would go on to be considered not only an...
Review: Tikka T3x Lite

Review: Tikka T3x Lite

The Tikka T3x Lite is a wonderful balance of portability, accuracy and dependability. It’s available...
Top Bear Rifles and Loads

Top Bear Rifles and Loads

Contributor Philip Massaro shares some of his favorite rifles and loads for different bear hunting...
3 Rifle Cartridges to Hunt the World

3 Rifle Cartridges to Hunt the World

From varmints to African dangerous game, contributor Philip Massaro takes a closer look at three...
New for 2019: Winchester XPR Hunter Kryptek Highlander .350 Legend

New for 2019: Winchester XPR Hunter Kryptek Highlander .350 Legend

Winchester introduces an upgraded version of its accurate, user-friendly XPR budget-rifle chambered for the brand-new...
Hardware: Norma TipStrike

Hardware: Norma TipStrike

Norma TipStrike is a great all-around ammo for big game, from deer and hogs to...
Head to Head: .358 Winchester vs. .350 Remington Magnum

Head to Head: .358 Winchester vs. .350 Remington Magnum

Which of these short-action .35s makes the better choice for a prospective buyer? Contributor Philip...
Head to Head: .30-30 Winchester vs. .35 Remington

Head to Head: .30-30 Winchester vs. .35 Remington

Between the .30-30 Win. and the .35 Rem., which is the more useful cartridge for...
Head to Head: .35 Whelen vs. 9.3x62mm Mauser

Head to Head: .35 Whelen vs. 9.3x62mm Mauser

The .35 Whelen and the 9.3x62mm Mauser have cases within a millimeter in length and...
Why You Should Be a Fan of the New Hornady 6.5 PRC

Why You Should Be a Fan of the New Hornady 6.5 PRC

Hornady’s new cartridge offers real advantages in the growing field of 6.5mm hunting rounds.
Hardware: Ddupleks Broadhead & Steelhead Slugs

Hardware: Ddupleks Broadhead & Steelhead Slugs

If you like the idea of the full-diameter hole and heavyweight punch that an old,...
Behind the Bullet: .300 H&H Magnum

Behind the Bullet: .300 H&H Magnum

To the hunter looking for something different—something classic, cool and yet effective—the .300 Holland &...
Opinion: Why I Hate the .270

Opinion: Why I Hate the .270

Contributor Bryce M. Towsley explains why his quest to find love for the .270 has...
First Look: New Hornady 6.5 PRC Load

First Look: New Hornady 6.5 PRC Load

Hornady's new 6.5 PRC not only surpasses its 6.5 Creedmoor running mate, it out-punches the...
Behind the Bullet: 6.5 Creedmoor

Behind the Bullet: 6.5 Creedmoor

The 6.5 Creedmoor makes for an excellent hunting cartridge for almost all game south of...
Choosing a Cartridge for North America's Big Game

Choosing a Cartridge for North America's Big Game

North America has a wide variety of huntable species, inhabiting many different types of terrain....
Review: .33 Nosler

Review: .33 Nosler

Maybe bigger is better, after all?
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