Top 5 Centerfire Rifle Cartridges of All Time
Is this the be all, end all list? Here are Philip Massaro's top centerfire rifle cartridges of all time.
A Century and a Half of Winchester Ammo
In this, its 150th year in business, the history of Winchester firearms is well known. After all, “The gun that won the west” was a Winchester, the Model 1873. The Winchester Model 70 is known as the “Rifleman’s Rifle” and the Model 1894 is perhaps the most successful sporting rifle in history. The company also shook up the scattergun market with classic shotguns like the Model 1897, Model 21 and Model 12. The raw truth, however, is that none of these guns could have made their mark in history without ammo to shoot out of them. It’s kind of the red-headed stepchild in terms of glory and glamor, but Winchester has been in the ammo business as long as they have been in the gun business.
5 Things You Need to Know About Federal Premium's Vital-Shok Trophy Copper 30-30 Win.
If you've been paying attention to AmericanHunter.org (and I sure hope you have!), you know that we firmly believe the .30-30 Win. will never die. Last year proved that the folks at Federal Premium felt the same way, given that they rolled out a .30-30 Win. Vital-Shok Trophy Copper load.
First Look: New Federal Premium .30-30 Win. Trophy Copper Load
Federal applies modern technology to a classic cartridge.
Top 5 Whitetail Cartridges
What's deer camp without a good argument over the best whitetail cartridge?
Whether to use a flat-base bullet or one with a boattail depends largely on the cartridge and the game being hunted.
Which Cartridge Has Taken the Most Deer?
The Maybe it is a Myth Statement: “More deer have been taken with the .30-30 Winchester cartridge than any other.”