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Review: TriStar Matrix

The Matrix—TriStar’s first inertia-driven semi-automatic shotgun—features a fiber-optic front sight post to naturally draw the eye when pointing at birds and an oversized trigger guard for the comfortable use of cold-weather gear when shooting. 

Review: Howa Super Lite

Among the lightest hunting rifles on the market, the Super Lite lives up to its name with a mere 4-pound, 7-ounce weight. This is aided by its lightweight Stocky's stock and a unique action that sits between the Howa Mini Action and Short Action in terms of size.

Review: Christensen Arms Ridgeline FFT

An already great rifle gets a new high-tech, lightweight stock design.

Review: Stevens 334

The Stevens 334 is a robust, all-purpose hunting rifle built to get the job done without subjecting folks to the expense associated with features they can do without, and it does so while being much more than a bare-bones build.

Review: Leupold BX-4 Range HD TBR/W

The BX-4 Range HD is an ideal choice for hunters that want great rangefinding performance, practical and accurate ballistic corrections, solid optical performance and rugged durability.

Review: Silencer Central Banish Backcountry

If ever there was a suppressor built for hunters—specifically backcountry hunters who are concerned with every ounce they carry—the Banish Backcountry from Silencer Central is a great choice.

Review: Winchester Wildcat Sporter SR

The Winchester Wildcat Sporter SR is innovative, clever, supremely versatile, reliable and inexpensive.

Review: Franchi Momentum All-Terrain Elite

With its 18-inch barrel and available .308 Winchester chambering, this compact powerhouse delivers everything you need to ethically harvest medium-sized game in a package that is easy to sling across the handlebars of your ATV.

Review: Revic Acura BLR10b Rangefinding Binocular

The Revic Acura BLR10b is one of the most capable smart bino/rangefinders on the market, and will render you a more precise and deadly shooter on the range and in the field.

Review: Lehigh Defense Controlled Chaos Ammo

While much of the history of projectiles has been concerned with keeping a bullet together, Lehigh Defense’s Controlled Chaos is designed to do exactly the opposite, and it is extremely effective.

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