Is there anything a smartphone can't do? Now there's a device that turns an iPhone into an intelligent and feature-packed rifle scope.
Having hunted the fallow bucks with a few calibres, I've been thinking about the most consistent one for varying shots and situations. The standout for me has been the .308 Winchester.
WA is not short of a pig. West Aussie local Ben Pearson gets stuck into the hogs around home at every chance he can get.
The Door Pro is a simple and effective rifle rest for hunters who shoot from a vehicle. It's light, easy to use and great for quickly getting well-aimed shots away.
Made exclusively for the Australian market, Colt’s new Government 1911 9mm semi-auto pistol will arrive in Australia in May.
The object isn't always to put something on the ground. Sometimes that's secondary to the hunt, because hunting is many things. This hunt was about dad and daughter.
Velocity is good, weight is good, but what counts most in the paddock on long-range varmints?
If you have some great hunting photos (using rifle, shotgun, camera or bow and arrow etc) burning a hole in your computer, then we want to see them in the Ridgeline Hunting Photo Competition. Send them in to email@example.com.
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What a cracker of an issue is the 100-page May Sporting Shooter. Inside you will find:
• A superb roundup of the brand new .17 Hornady Hornet from Nick - the reloading guide is simply awesome.
• A black powder pig hunt.
• Hares, THE little big game
• Tests of two nice Walther air rifles and the Savage Model 25 .17 Hornet AND
• How to achieve hunting rifle accuracy
And a lot more hunting and information for the keen rifleman. Get yours now or subscribe and when they run out on the newsstand you won't be disappointed.