Head to Head: .338 Win. Mag. vs. .340 Wby. Mag.
Between the .338 Winchester and the .340 Weatherby, which makes the most sense for the hunter? Contributor Philip Massaro examines the pros and cons of each.
8 Best Charge-Stopping Bear Cartridges
Over the decades, several cartridges have proved themselves as worthy against charging bears in North America. Here’s a look at the best bear defense cartridges ever made.
Head to Head: .338 Winchester Magnum vs. .375 H&H Magnum
Among the selection of cartridges that will handle larger North American big game, these two have undoubtedly risen to the top, yet there are many who fervently choose one over the other. We took a closer look at each to determine which has the ultimate advantage.
Behind the Bullet: .338 Winchester Magnum
What Winchester sought to do in 1958 was to provide those hunters who pursued the great bears and larger cervids of North America with a perfect choice for their endeavors, as well as developing one the most logical choices for an African light rifle. The result? The .338 Win. Mag.
Top 13 Moose Cartridges
As an Alaskan, Cork Graham has seen a number of moose taken with a variety of cartridges. Here are some of his personal favorites.
Kalahari Gemsbok and a Leopard at the Bait
The high horns of Kalahari gemsbok and improving odds of killing a leopard highlight the middle of Executive Editor Adam Heggenstaller's safari to Namibia.