If you’re after something new, there are plenty of new rifles on the market to catch your eye, so here is our selection of best centrefire rifles for 2020. Blaser R8 Ultimate Blaser R8 Ultimate First up on our best…
Weatherby as a company is best known for producing some of the most powerful hunting cartridges in the world, chambered, of course, in its famous Weatherby Mk V rifles.
Stuart Wilson reviews the latest iteration of the legend that is Remington’s 700, this model coming in .223 with a 5-R rifled barrel
This Spanish-made rifle is a quality package that’s easy on your pocket, finds Mark Ripley
As a rule of thumb, the old saying “you get what you pay for’ is very true when it comes to buying a new rifle, but after reviewing the latest offering from the Spanish manufacturer Bergara, I wonder if that theory has been blown out of the water.
I know several full-time keepers who swear by their Accuracy International AE rifles in .243 Win and in .308 Win, which perform vermin- control duties flawlessly under sometimes quite extreme conditions.
Having previously tested the LA101 rimfire, Stuart Wilson gets his hands on the centrefire version
Thompson Center (TC) is not a well known brand in this country, so I was looking forward to receiving one in .204 Ruger from UK importer Viking Arms.
I knew Zoli made outstanding high-end shotguns, but in the UK, that esteemed name had never really been associated with rifles – until now. There was no question of Zoli’s fine craftsmanship, but it would be interesting to see how this would translate into producing a hunting rifle.
Sako has produced many excellent rifles over the years. There are few hunters around the world who will not be familiar with the brand, and the response is usually the same: ‘Sako makes some great rifles.’