For most sporting rifles, shorter—to a point—is usually better
Seventy plus years since its introduction, Roy Weatherby's .300 Magnum is still unbeaten for flattening big critters at long range
For hunting, there’s nothing a .410 can do that the 28-gauge can’t do better. But for skeet shooting…
Both the .270 and 7mm mag. are great cartridges, but which one is better?
These groundbreaking blades from the world’s best hunting knife brands changed the game when it comes to making meat
The 50-plus-year-old .300 Win Mag remains one of the world’s best long-range rounds, capable of uncanny accuracy in the field and elsewhere
A muzzle brake will tame recoil and may improve your rifle’s accuracy. It may also deafen you. Here are the pros and cons to consider before adding a muzzle brake...
From the Civil War to WWI, we were a lever-gun nation, and the repeaters turned out during that era are still the best lever action rifles ever produced
There’s no magic shot size for any one bird—but there are still some factors to consider when choosing pellets
You don’t need a lot of gun to shoot a rabbit, so it’s best to go with something that’s easy to carry
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