From .17 to .243, Mike Powell lines up the options to find out which best suits different foxing situations L-R: .22 airgun, .17 HMR, .17 Hornet, .223 Rem, .243 Win Two questions I see crop up time and time again…
What’s the best foxing calibre?
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Tikka’s new rimfire is an all-rounder – IWA News
Tikka has gone down the rimfire route for 2018, launching the T1X MTR (Multi Task Rimfire)
A Swarm of Hornets
Mike Powell tests old against new, with CZ’s 527 rifle chambered in .17 Hornet going up against the tried-and-tested .22 Hornet version of the rifle
After emptying the Savage’s four-shot magazine, I stepped back to let other journalists have a play with the new .17 Hornet. In conjunction with Hornady and Savage, Edgar Brothers had brought the very first .17 Hornet into the country,…
Today most shooters will be familiar with the .17 calibre thanks to the raging success of the .17 HMR, but until the advent of the .17 Hornet, few would have even heard of a .17 centrefire, let alone fired one.…
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Four for the price of one
The Sako Quad Hunter is an innovative rimfire with four calibres to choose from. Mike Powell puts it through its paces
Feel the sting
Edgar Brothers is holding four range days around the country to give firearms certificate holders the chance to try out the new .17 Hornet calibre.
The .17 frenzy
With the runaway success of the .17 HMR, and the newly launched .17 Hornet hitting the shelves soon, Nick Latus looks at the lost .17 Mach 2 rimfire
Ammunition manufacturer Hornady has necked down the .22 Hornet to .17 calibre, creating the .17 Hornet.
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