Looking at the evolution of a popular hunting rifle, Byron Pace delves into the back story of the Mauser M12 Impact
We saw several quality bulls, but only fleeting glimpses before they disappeared amid the moving herd or behind some brush. One particular bull had caught my attention, but he kept moving behind other herd members, showing only his magnificent horns above
The well-known MO3 range from Mauser is based on a modular concept, allowing a wide range of stocks and barrels to be fitted with different levels of quality and design.
Byron Pace takes a look at the modest 6.5×55, a cartridge finding increasing favour on UK shores
Having made a name for itself in the custom rifle world, Bergara is branching out. And the all new ‘semi custom’ switch barrel BX11 is definitely one to watch, says Tim Pilbeam
Lusting after an African double of his own, Byron Pace looks at a rifle from Heym designed specifically for the professional hunter
Chris Parkin attends the relaunched rifle proficiency course at Riflecraft and finds that even an experienced rifleman could learn a thing or two from it
Roland Korioth, editor-in-chief of the German Classic Gun magazine, discusses his lifelong love of hunting and how his daughter Hanna has grown up to share that passion