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Remington M700 XHR

The M700 XHR sports a totally new look while maintaining the 700’s reputable performance.

Browning X-Bolt Hunter

After a week of hunting in the hills of West Texas, the author grew fond of the stylish and accurate new X-Bolt rifle.

Thompson/Center Triumph

This muzzleloader is a clever amalgamation of design features from T/C’s two popular in-lines, the Omega and the Encore 209/Pro Hunter.

XS Ghost Ring Hunter Sights

XS’ peep sight is simple and made of steel, so it’s extremely tough; you don't have to worry about knocking it out of zero during a pickup ride.

Big-Bore Hardware

Scott Olmsted shares which guns and gear he used for a big-game hunt in Africa.

Hardware: Ruger Red Label

Still made at Ruger's factory in New Hampshire, the revamped Red Label costs less than the original version.

Hardware: Trijicon VCOG

Thanks to reviewers and bloggers, and lots of social media chatter, Field Editor Brian McCombie was sure the Trijicon VCOG would be one heavy beast of a scope, bulky, a regular boat anchor. He found those reports to be entirely untrue. Check out his complete review right here.

Hardware: Must-Have Truck Gear

Ready to trick out your new truck—or breathe new life into your old one? Here's the gear you'll need.

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: Traditions Vortek StrikerFire

Vortek's “StrikerFire” is exactly what it sounds like: The gun is striker-fired. A hammer is replaced with a sliding cocker/de-cocker. How did it hold up when put to the test by American Hunter Editor in Chief J. Scott Olmsted? Find out in this review.

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