With respect to overall performance and ammunition availability, here are the five best all-around cartridges for North American big-game species.
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.
Based upon the success of the initial developments, Hornady has added nine new calibers to its Precision Hunter line.
North America has a wide variety of huntable species, inhabiting many different types of terrain. While there are a few cartridges that can truly be called all-around choices, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with picking a cartridge that perfectly suits the game at hand.
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.