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.
A brand-new Mauser for less than $700? That's what hunters get with the M18. The rifle features a new action from Mauser that has a full-diameter bolt, three-position safety, adjustable trigger and polymer, double-stack detachable box magazine that holds five rounds.
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.
Bergara combines a nimble, sporter-style stock with a precision, No. 5 contour barrel in the B-14 Ridge. Like all B-14 rifles, which are made at the Bergara factory in Spain, the action in the Ridge has a two-lug bolt with a sliding-plate extractor and a coned nose for smooth feeding.
Bushnell has introduced its new Impulse Cellular Trail Camera, which the company says delivers the fastest image recovery and transmission of any cellular trail camera on the market.
SIG Sauer quality and engineering are things hunters will immediately appreciate in the new ASP20 break-barrel air rifle.