The Champion Arms rifle and scope package sells at $6,900, but for a traveling hunter looking for a weather-proof, accurate and absolutely reliable rifle in a caliber that will handle 95 percent of the world’s game, this rifle won’t let you down.
Henry’s Big Boy Steel Carbine has traditional lever-action lines but retains Henry’s signature cutout in the magazine tube, through which cartridges are loaded and unloaded. Though somewhat unconventional in appearance and function, it makes the lever gun infinitely easier and safer to unload at hunt’s end.
When Bill Wilson combined his penchant for producing high-end ARs with his passion for hunting, the result was a series of large-receiver models based on the AR-10 and optimized for hunters. The Ultimate Hunter is the line’s flagship, and it leaves little to desire whether you’re sitting in a treestand or climbing over a ridge.
The Taylor's & Co. Half-Pint Sharps carbine is an elegant rifle from bygone times; it's a scaled-down development of the massive Sharps rifles that once brought down American bison herds.