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Hardware: Nosler BT Ammunition

Currently Nosler offers BT loads for a handful of popular hunting cartridges from .243 Win. to .30-06. Expect the company to add more loads, and expect them all to be perfectly tuned to put deer-size game down with authority. They’ll work just fine on blesbok, too, even a long, long ways out there.

Hardware: Konus KonusPro M-30 2.5X-10X-50mm

“Buy the best scope you can afford” is good optics advice because you almost always get what you pay for, but what if you have only a couple hundred dollars to spend?

Hardware: Ravin R9 Crossbow

The Ravin R9 represents a noteworthy evolution in crossbow technology. It’s as easy to carry and cock as crossbows come, yet it remains incredibly powerful and accurate. Indeed, it’s a game changer.

Wintersteen's Top 10 Shotguns

We had to draw a line somewhere, so we drew it at 10. But trust us, it wasn't easy.

Mehall's Top 10 Shotguns

We had to draw a line somewhere, so we drew it at 10. But trust us, it wasn't easy.

Taylor's Top 10 Shotguns

We had to draw a line somewhere, so we drew it at 10. But trust us, it wasn't easy.

Hardware: .26 Nosler

The .26 Nosler could well be the 6.5mm that finally makes the caliber widely popular in the United States. Why? Find out in this review, taken straight from the pages of American Hunter magazine.

Hardware: Ruger Single-Seven

The Ruger Single-Seven (offered exclusively through firearm distributor Lipsey’s) has the same frame size as the older rimfire Single-Six, but it is chambered in .327 Federal Magnum. Except for the sights, all the visible metal is stainless steel. The laminated hardwood grips have an orange tint and a Ruger medallion inset.

Hardware: Kimber Adirondack

Although this particular bolt gun at first seemed an unlikely choice for a safari—it was named for a mountain range in upstate New York and designed for hunting heavily timbered terrain—the minimal dimensions and balance of the Kimber Adirondack proved an easy-handling rifle has a place on any continent.

Hardware: Blaser F16

Is the new Blaser F16 the gun that motivates a goodly number of American hunters and clays shooters to buy their first pricey European shotgun? This latest creation is another in a string of forward-thinking designs from a company intent on making sure the term “German engineering” still means something special.

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