If you’re after something new, there are plenty of new releases on the market to catch your eye – whatever quarry you’re after. This time, we’re looking at the best centrefire rifles for 2021.
Blaser R8 Ultimate
The Blaser R8 Ultimate’s two-piece stock ensures a relaxed shooting position and optimal control of the rifle. Available with black elastomer, impregnated leather inlays and an integrated moderator.
Price: From £3,750
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Remington 700 American Wilderness
This hunting version of Remington’s Model 700 has a 24” free-floated barrel and a stainless steel action finished with black Cerakote. The American Wilderness has a robust stock and externally adjustable trigger.
The Mauser M18’s robustness and accuracy derive from a cold-forge hammered barrel and adjustable trigger. It was announced by Mauser as being ‘the ultimate rifle for all men at all times’.
Price: From £799
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Savage Model 10 GRS
The Savage Model 10’s new stock still features the Savage action, including button rifling, AccuTrigger and fluted heavy barrel. The GRS stock has a beavertail forend and a single stud for bipod fitting.
Price: From £1,800
The award-winning HMR offers a rifle for hunters and competition shooters. It’s outfitted with a Bergara curved trigger, designed to guarantee a clean pull. Available in a variety of calibres.
Price: From £1,130
Ruger American Predator
Featuring a moss green composite stock and a blued barrel, this centrefire includes Ruger’s Marksman Adjustable trigger and a one-piece, three-lug bolt with 70 degree throw. The barrel is hammer-forged and free floating.
Savage 110 High Country
The 110 High Country is built for maximum accuracy with its spiral-flute barrel and bolt. Featuring AccuTrigger and customisable pull and comb height, this centrefire comes in a wide range of standard calibres.
Browning X-Bolt Hunter Eclipse
The Hunter Eclipse has a laminated stock with a raised Monte Carlo cheekpiece. It also features an Inflex recoil reduction system, and Super Feather Trigger for clean, short trigger movement.
GRS Bifrost Black
The GRS Bifrost, made from glass fibre reinforced composite material, uses the Speedlock 2.0 adjustment system for length of pull/cheekpiece height. There’s a Picatinny mount for lights, monopods and accessories.
Price: From £470
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