Ruger has acknowledged the resurgence of the 10 mm Auto cartridge in a variety of platforms and now accommodates in a large-frame double-action revolver synonymous with “thumper” cartridges such as .44 Magnum—the Super Redhawk (SRH). This newest SRH iteration provides a fluted cylinder chambered for 10mm Auto and designed to accomodate full-moon clips.
The most distinctive feature of Mossberg’s latest series of 590 shotguns is a detachable box magazine. Using the 590 platform as a starting point, Mossberg, in conjunction with Adaptive Tactical, modified the 590 receiver to accept detachable box magazines holding five, 10, 15 or 20 rounds of 12-gauge ammunition.
This economical six-shooter from Heritage Mfg. provides plinkers and small-game hunters with a modern, U.S.-made single-action that hearkens the time when cowboys and frontiersmen roamed the countryside.
The Savage Model 110 Storm is a long-action, all-weather rifle chambered in the venerable .30-’06 Sprg., boasting the newest revelation from Savage: AccuFit, a synthetic stock design that allows shooters to customize both the rifle’s length of pull and comb height quickly and easily while in the field with only a Phillips-head screwdriver.
Get a closer look at the Smith & Wesson Performance Center 460XR—a custom-tuned, 78-oz., double-action revolver with capacity for five .460 S&W Mag. rounds.
For more than 200 years, J.P. Sauer & Sohn has manufactured premium-tier rifles and shotguns—at premium tier prices. Fortunately the German manufacturer saw fit to provide the American market with a high-quality, bolt-action rifle that will maintain its heritage over time at a price U.S. consumers can appreciate.