Ruger continues to grow its line of AR-15 caliber compatible American bolt-action Ranch rifles with the addition of a new model chambered for the straight cased .450 Bushmaster cartridge.
Ruger continues to grow its line of AR-15 caliber compatible American bolt-action Ranch rifles with the addition of a new model chambered for the straight cased .450 Bushmaster cartridge. Coming to market for less than $600, the Ruger American Rifle Ranch in .450 Bushmaster presents a great value in a chambering perfect for hunting in most of the U.S.
For 2018, Winchester is adding .25-06 Rem. and .450 Bushmaster to its ever-popular Deer Season XP line of rifle cartridges.
Ruger has announced it will chamber its popular Scout Rifle in .450 Bushmaster.
Of paramount importance for Yamaha engineers in the design of the Kodiak 450 ATV was bringing to market a mid-sized ATV that would accommodate small, medium and large riders, bring immediate confidence to the novice ATV enthusiast, and meet the expectations of the seasoned ATV rider.
The editors of American Hunter have announced the recipients of our 2019 Golden Bullseye Awards.
For 2019, Ruger has introduced a new model of its popular AR-556 MPR chambered for the straight-walled .450 Bushmaster cartridge. The bolt is machined from high-strength superalloy, and engineered with tapered lugs to support the large case head of .450 Bushmaster ammo.
In an ATV market that touts ever-larger side-by-side vehicles capable of hauling four humans and untold pounds of gear and game, many hunters still choose to use a four-wheeler. A four-wheeler is, after all, cheaper than a SxS. It is also easier to maneuver in tight spots, rides in a pickup bed and sits nicely in the back of a garage. Yamaha considered all this when it designed the 2019 Kodiak 450.
While both are excellent choices for an all-around dangerous game cartridge, which offers the best performance for hunters? Contributor Philip Massaro takes a closer look at what makes each cartridge tick.