In a match-up of 20 rimfire brands, this $5-a-hundred budget small-game bullet beat up on several pricey products. Testing ammo in a handgun suitable for hunting, a S&W; Model 17, we found some inexpensive
Weatherby’s new, powerful cartridge outhits Remington’s Westerner—but the 7mm round is more affordable and matches up nicely with midsized game. Hunters who need to shoot across big fields— and who can do so accurately—may like
The M77RBZ rifle outshot Winchester’s Featherweight and Browning’s A-Bolt II Stainless Stalker—and it cost less. The Browning A-Bolt II Stainless Stalker com- bines a synthetic stock and stainless metal to make a weather-resistant rifle package.
These rounds from Remington and Federal showed speed, power, and expansion qualities we liked. Losers: Two Federal loads that turned to shrapnel. The Remington Safari Grade Swift A-Frame 200-grain bullet. Proper shot placement does
No more Damsels in distress. Now the ladies are arming themselves with the weapons and knowledge to use them. Glock, the leading manufacturer of dependable, proven hand guns, is the weapon of choice. Women shooters
Glock has developed a .45-caliber cartridge that matches in a 9mm-size gun. Called the .45 GAP (Glock Auto Pistol), this cartridge is a .45-caliber bullet in a 9mm case. Glock revealed the cartridge from the