First Look: New Federal Premium .30-30 Win. Trophy Copper Load
Federal applies modern technology to a classic cartridge.
Video: Double Rifles in Africa
The use of double rifles for hunting in Africa is a long-standing tradition. They are fantastically accurate and reliable, and can add a level of romance to your safari that is unobtainable with any other rig.
Video: Hunters as Conservationists in Africa
The monies hunters spend and the controlled management of the game they take help many African species thrive.
Make Sense of Ballistic Coefficient
Richard Mann offers a crash course on understanding ballistic coefficient.
Austrian-based Jagdhund is now offering its gear in the United States, through Steyr Arms. Richard Mann took a closer look at some of the company's more hunting-driven offerings.
Hardware: Bushnell Engage 2.5X-10X-44mm
The Engage line of riflescopes represents Bushnell’s latest evolution in optical sights. How does it stack up? Richard Mann took a closer look.
Bookshelf: The Scout Rifle Study
In his new book, The Scout Rifle Study, Richard Mann weighs the worth of the scout rifle—for defensive purposes, survival and hunting—in modern terms. The title is fitting, as the book is an exhaustive and enlightening examination of a firearm type that’s commonly misunderstood, as well as a survey that provides real-world, objective data on the scout rifle’s supposed benefits.
Opinion: The .30-06 Is Dead
The time of the .30-06 has come and gone while the 6.5 Creedmoor rises to the top as the most popular centerfire rifle cartridge.
Boers, Big Bullets and Buffalo
Big-bore lever-action rifles have the ammo capacity, dependability and speed to be considered ideal African dangerous-game rifles, as long as you do your part.