McMillan Introduces Game Stalker Rifle Stock
McMillan Fiberglass Stocks has extended its hunting stock line with the Game Stalker.
Springfield Releases Model 2020 Waypoint Rifle
The Waypoint 2020 is Springfield's first foray into what will be an entire Model 2020 family of American-made bolt action hunting rifles.
An Ode to the 7mm STW
Seldom encountered today, the 7mm STW was a trendsetter in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Although newer, faster cartridges have debuted since, it’s still a solid choice when pursuing big-game in wide-open areas.
#SundayGunday: Nosler M48 Mountain Carbon in 27 Nosler
Get a closer look at the Nosler M48 Mountain Carbon in 27 Nosler, the latest addition to our #SundayGunday series.
New for 2020: Kimber Open Range Pro Carbon Rifles
Kimber has announced the addition of four new Pro Carbon Rifles to its Open Range Line.
The Benefits of Ballistic
Check out one of the most advanced ballistic apps on the market, as tested by American Hunter editor Connor McKibbin
5 Reasons Why Hunters Should Attend The Bergara Academy
Here are some benefits of attending The Bergara Academy and what you can expect to learn while you're there.
Must-Have Long-Range Gear and Gadgets
Looking to go long? Here's the gear you'll need.
How to Be a Better Long-Range Shooter
Long-range shooting is a very specific skill-set that takes a lot of hard work and a lot of burned powder to acquire. Start now to be ready for fall.
First Focal Plane or Second Focal Plane?
A riflescope’s reticle is placed in either the first focal plane (FFP) or the second focal plane (SFP). The main difference between them is that an SFP reticle will appear to be the same size regardless of magnification. With an FFP reticle, the size of the reticle will appear to change as the scope’s magnification is changed.