In an ATV market that touts ever-larger side-by-side vehicles capable of hauling four humans and untold pounds of gear and game, many hunters still choose to use a four-wheeler. A four-wheeler is, after all, cheaper than a SxS. It is also easier to maneuver in tight spots, rides in a pickup bed and sits nicely in the back of a garage. Yamaha considered all this when it designed the 2019 Kodiak 450.
True to its Mark V predecessors, the new Mark V Camilla delivers Weatherby’s top technological advancements famous for putting holes through dimes and knocking down large animals fast, and features several women-specific attributes that female hunters will appreciate.
The acronym embedded in the nomenclature of the SIG Sauer BDX system says it all—Ballistic Data Xchange is exactly what occurs when using the optics system. It is three units—a riflescope, laser rangefinder and smartphone app—which work in sync to ensure hunters fire at distant targets with certainty.
Dubbed as the first “blind without a blind spot,” the new Primos Double Bull SurroundView 360 Blind utilizes a see-through fabric to allow complete visual awareness without the need to open windows.
Taurus makes its dedication to the hunting market more obvious than ever with the release of its Raging Hunter. Although “raging” is in its name, this .44 Mag. will make many hunters happy with its features and performance.
The editors of American Hunter have announced the recipients of our 2019 Golden Bullseye Awards.