Featured by Ron Spomer
The .222 Remington Inspired Some of Today’s Most Popular Rifle Cartridges. Here’s Why It Failed
If you shoot the .223 Rem, .300 Blackout or .204 Ruger, you have the .222 to thank
The Fall of the .220 Swift
The .220 Swift is still the fastest commercial rifle cartridge in the world. So why didn’t it catch on with North America hunters?
Best Lever Gun Cartridge Showdown: The .300 Savage vs. .30/30 Winchester vs. .45/70
It has never been the most popular lever gun load, but the .300 Savage retains more energy at longer distances than its closest competitors
How to Buy Your First Nice Hunting Rifle
After years of hard work, it’s time to buy a high-quality centerfire. But what rifle should you pick?
Is Handloading Rifle Ammunition Really Worth It?
Factory loads are convenient, but you will learn more about rifle accuracy from handloads
The 6.5 Creedmoor is Not the Ultimate Super Cartridge
Many hunters hold the 6.5 in high regard, but there are plenty of cartridges that outshoot the Creedmoor
9 Tips for Becoming a Better Rifle Shot on Wild Game
Learning to shoot more accurately when an animal—not a paper target—is in your crosshairs on a hunt
.338 Federal: The Best Deer Cartridge You’ve Never Tried
This load penetrates deep and offers light recoil for a .33-caliber bullet
What’s the Best Distance to Zero A Hunting Rifle?
Most hunters dial in their centerfires at 100 yards, but you should sight in a rifle at a distance that fits your shooting capabilities and the game you will be pursuing
How to Troubleshoot Your Riflescope Zeroing Problems
Having issues sighting in your rifle? Here’s the cure