Nesika may be a name that’s relatively unknown to hunters, but the brand is well respected among benchrest shooters. In the past, the company only marketed actions. Now, though, it offers three complete rifles: the Sporter, Long Range and Tactical. All are production rifles, yet have features fitting of a custom job. Adam Heggenstaller discusses the Sporter model in this latest edition of Gun of the Week.
The Model 11/111 Hog Hunter stems from the Model 110 rifle action that has made Savage so popular. Designed with the nation's ever-growing feral pig population in mind, the Hog Hunter features a 20" barrel that comes factory threaded for any muzzle device that you might have in mind. And, starting this year, it became available in .338 Federal.
American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach breaks down the latest NRA Gun of the Week, the Mossberg MVP LR Tactical Bolt-Action Rifle.
Executive Editor Adam Heggenstaller discusses the Montana Extreme X2 Bolt-Action rifle, the latest addition to our #SundayGunday series.
A brand-new Mauser for less than $700? That's what hunters get with the M18. The rifle features a new action from Mauser that has a full-diameter bolt, three-position safety, adjustable trigger and polymer, double-stack detachable box magazine that holds five rounds.
Bergara combines a nimble, sporter-style stock with a precision, No. 5 contour barrel in the B-14 Ridge. Like all B-14 rifles, which are made at the Bergara factory in Spain, the action in the Ridge has a two-lug bolt with a sliding-plate extractor and a coned nose for smooth feeding.
Lightweight and accurate, the Mountain Ascent rifle from Kimber features a Kevlar-reinforced carbon fiber stock for added durability. With a barreled action finished in Shade Gray KimPro II, the Mountain Ascent rifle has a fluted barrel and bolt which cuts unnecessary weight, and a muzzle brake with cap that helps reduce felt recoil.