We had to draw a line somewhere, but trust us, it wasn't easy.
We had to draw a line somewhere, so we drew it at 10. But trust us, it wasn't easy.
The game could be whitetails in the East, elk in the West, or anything from duiker to eland in Africa; these five cartridges have been there and done that.
Loaded with today’s 150-grain bullets, the .30-’06 Sprg. is ready for big game from antelope to elk.
The Maybe it is a Myth Statement: “More deer have been taken with the .30-30 Winchester cartridge than any other.”
What's the difference between the .280 Rem. and the 7mm Express Remington?
While we wait for a leopard to start feeding on one of the baits we've hung, there is plains-game hunting to fill the days.
What better way to celebrate the holiday season than by taking a trip to Texas to tag a whitetail?
Just as our favorite colors can be indicative of our personalities, our favorite rifle cartridge can tell an awful lot about us as hunters. Let us begin, shall we, with tongue planted firmly in cheek.
What is it about the Cartridge, Caliber .30, Ball, M2 of the Second World War that translates so well into a hunting cartridge? Contributor Philip Massaro explains.