Last year, vaunted Spanish barrel maker announced that it'd be producing full-fledged performance rifles. The announcement caught the eye of more than a few American hunters, who have taken to the company's B-14 Timber and B-14 Hunter with ease. For 2016 there'll be another option: the B-14 Woodsman.
The new Cascade is CVA's first-ever bolt-action centerfire rifle, featuring a synthetic charcoal grey synthetic stock with an adjustable length of pull, and a 22-inch carbon steel barrel finished in a rich, matte blue with a threaded muzzle for under $600.
For 2019, Ruger has introduced a new model of its popular AR-556 MPR chambered for the straight-walled .450 Bushmaster cartridge. The bolt is machined from high-strength superalloy, and engineered with tapered lugs to support the large case head of .450 Bushmaster ammo.
The High Country bolt-action maximizes accuracy with its Model 110 receiver secured three-dimensionally along its entire length within an exclusive Savage AccuStock chassis. More Savage exclusive features include the AccuFit system, which lets hunters set length of pull and comb height, and an AccuTrigger, which also is user-adjustable.
Winchester introduces the Wildcat, a striker-fired autoloading rimfire rifle that is a snap to clean because its lower receiver is easily removed from the upper with a push of a button; then hunters punch the bore by merely insert a cleaning rod through the rifle's rear access port, protecting the crown.
Bergara continues to build impressively accurate rifles with smart features, and the new Ridgeback is a prime example. Though it was designed primarily for Precision Rifle Series match shooters, the Ridgeback easily doubles as a hunting rifle when shots are long.
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