Weatherby announces two Mark V Backcountry rifles in combination with an all-new magnum cartridge; the 6.5 Weatherby RPM (Rebated Precision Magnum).
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 NRA Women's Leadership Forum began more than a decade ago, and has since grown into one of the largest and most influential philanthropic groups within NRA. This weekend, at the 145th NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Louisville, the organization will host its annual gathering. Weatherby and Leupold have teamed up to support the Women's Leadership Forum and NRA alike, and will be offering a special rifle and riflescope combination package for auction at the event.
Since 1958, Roy Weatherby’s darling, his namesake Mark V rifle, has changed very little, and that’s one of the reasons it’s so recognizable. For 2016, Weatherby has introduced several tweaks its flagship New Mark V that will allow it to remain relevant in today’s hyper-competitive market.
At SHOT Show 2016, Weatherby premiered its new Vanguard Camilla, a rifle designed exclusively with the huntress in mind. The company's mission, from the start, was to craft a rifle that was designed from the ground up for women, by women—and not to just make a smaller, pinker version of a standard Vanguard. The result is the Camilla, which is now shipping to stores around the country.
Weatherby, Inc. has announced the launch of its new "Women of Weatherby" Name Your Rifle sweepstakes. The company is looking for a name for its new rifle—which will be offered in limited calibers, and will be the industry's first rifle designed for women, by women—and it's turning to consumers for a little help.