For 2023, Taurus introduces its Raging Hunter .460 S&W Magnum, featuring a 10.5-inch barrel with a proprietary compensator that drastically tames recoil, and a bottom rail for attaching stabilizing devices like bipods or shooting sticks.
Both the .35 Whelen and .375 H&H Magnum are classic cartridges that have the horsepower to take larger game species. Which is the better choice for the hunter? Contributor Philip Massaro takes a closer look at the pros and cons of each.
Despite the magnum moniker, the .327 Federal Magnum is a pleasure to shoot, giving it a lot of flexibility. It is a viable defensive cartridge, and in a hunting rifle, is a great choice for when shot distances are on the shorter end of the spectrum.
One is a newbie and the other ranks among the most popular hunting cartridges sold to this day, but both have appreciable characteristics. Which cartridge is the better choice for the hunter? Here’s a detailed look at the pros and cons of each.
With a goal of simplifying its offerings for the hunting market, HEVI-Shot has revamped its considerable product line for 2022. But don’t worry, it still offers a wide variety of arguably the best non-toxic shotshell loads available for just about any hunt.
Savage Arms has announced a wide array of rifles chambered in Hornady's 7mm PRC, which promises to provide hard-hitting terminal performance without compromising accuracy.