2022 GBA OTOY ATN Thor 4 Thermal Riflescope Lead

2022 Optic of the Year: ATN ThOR 4 Thermal Riflescope

ATN Corp. sits at the cutting edge of consumer-based thermal technology, and its ThOR 4 Series 640x480 2.5-25x50mm is the best such riflescope it offers.

2022 Muzzleloader of the Year: CVA Paramount HTR .40-Caliber

With its hunting-style stock, adjustable comb and premium Bergara barrel, the .40-caliber CVA Paramount HTR is capable of producing centerfire velocities previously thought unattainable from a muzzleloader.

2022 Handgun of the Year: Colt Anaconda

When Colt introduced its new and improved Python revolver a couple of years ago, hunters admired it but waited for their gun: the Anaconda. Last year they got it, a .44 Magnum hunting handgun with a glossy finish, big grips and the world-famous Colt ventilated rib.

2022 Shotgun of the Year: Benelli SBE3 20-Gauge

The Benelli Super Black Eagle 3 20-Gauge is our 2022 Shotgun of the Year. 

2022 Rifle of the Year: Savage Impulse

Meet our 2022 Rifle of the Year, the Savage Impulse. 

American Hunter's 2022 Golden Bullseye Award Winners

The editors of American Hunter have announced the recipients of our 2022 Golden Bullseye Awards.

Members' Best 2021

Your photos provide not simply a review of your accomplishments and endeavors over the past year, but a revealing snapshot of a nation full of dedicated American hunters.

GunBroker.com's Top Selling Shotguns for May 2021

As turkey seasons begin to wind down across the country, we took a quick gander at GunBroker.com to see what the top-selling shotguns were toward season's end.

American Hunter: 48 Years of Pure-Hunting Bliss

In 1973, the NRA introduced a monthly magazine focused solely on hunting. At a time when existing publications tailored to a wide array of sporting endeavors, such a singular-focused publication was a gamble. But within a decade, American Hunter boasted a million subscribers.

2021 Gear of the Year: Tetra Hearing

Tetra Hearing was founded by two audiologists who knew that in the field, hunters need to hear sounds unique to their quarry, and to a lesser extent human conversation, but not much else—especially not gunfire. Their tinkering produced technology to improve a hunter’s hearing and protect it at the same time.

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