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Hunting

There’s no better way to celebrate Independence Day than by enjoying your Second Amendment rights. Here are 10 fun guns sure to put a smile on your face on July Fourth.
Through the efforts of John Linebaugh and Ross Seyfried, the .45 Colt took the leap from the Old West to modern-day big-game hunting.
Ruger's new SR1911 in 10mm is an economical handgun hunting option that doesn't skimp on functionality.
Fired from snappy revolvers and with velocity to spare, the .327 Federal Magnum is redefining the often-maligned .32 caliber for the better.
The Guncrafter Industries Model 4 in the potent .50 GI is a high-class 1911 that’s big on performance.
Kimber's new Super Jägare sets to arm hunters with trustworthy semiautomatic ready to take aim at large, medium and small game alike.
The family of .475 revolver cartridges pack plenty of punch for taking down big and dangerous game for the serious handgun hunter.
Red-dot sights offer no magnification but superimpose a red, lighted dot over your intended target. This is a personal favorite of author Max Prasac for hunting revolver and target-shooting applications. Find out why.
Finding a hunting revolver that suits you well is critical. Should you choose a single- or double-action? .357 Mag. or .44 Mag? .454 Casull? Long barrel? Short barrel? Scope? Open sights? What configuration will fulfill your needs?

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