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Field Tested: Savage Impulse Straight-Pull Bolt-Action

American Hunter Editor David Herman puts the new Savage Impulse to the test on 12,000...

An Ode to the .375 H&H Magnum

For over a century, the .375 H&H has routinely, consistently and reliably made happy hunters...

An Ode to the Winchester Model 1886

The Model 1886 remains at the top of the heap of excellent lever-action rifles. Whether...

An Ode to the Winchester Model 70

With its immediately recognizable profile, sheer reliability and impeccable reputation, “The Rifleman’s Rifle” has served...

6 Ways to Fine-Tune Your Hunting Rifle

If you strive to have the best rig possible, consider these budget-friendly updates that will...

Review: Heym Model 26B Double Rifle .45-70

The Model 26B over/under double rifle handles well, carries efficiently, is seriously accurate and is...

Bolt-Action Rifles: Push-Feed vs. Controlled-Round-Feed

It’s been an argument that has gone on for well over a half-century: Is the...

Is Walnut Dead? Synthetic vs. Wood Stocks

A well-sealed walnut stock will stand up to most hunting conditions, though a wood stock...

Head to Head: .500 Jeffery vs. .505 Gibbs

If the brute force of the butt of a rifle doesn’t bother you, and you...

Top 5 Double Rifle Cartridges

Let’s take a look at some of the best cartridge choices for a double rifle.

Double Time

Zimbabwe’s Sengwa River may have dried up, but a Cape buffalo hunt along its banks...

Head to Head: .450 Nitro Express vs. .470 Nitro Express

While both are excellent choices for an all-around dangerous game cartridge, which offers the best...

An Ode to the 16-Gauge Shotgun

Holding on for more than a century, the 16-gauge is seeing renewed interest, thanks to...

Head to Head: .404 Jeffery vs. .416 Rigby

While both cartridges have a rather impeccable reputation, which makes a better choice for the...

7 Tips for Hunting Dangerous Game

Follow these tips to prevent your dream hunt from turning into a nightmare.

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...

Behind the Bullet: 9.3x62mm Mauser

If you’re looking for a rifle of larger diameter than your deer gun, which will...