The .300 Winchester Magnum

At the time of its introduction back in 1963 the .300 Winchester Magnum was a controversial cartridge. The fifties and sixties were the heydays of the cartridge "wildcatters" and there was no shortage of experimental cartridges being created by dedicated experimenters to achieve all sorts of performance improvements. Perhaps the most extreme of these was ...

Westley Richards Mauser Express Rifle

I was casually looking through the 2017 RWS Hunting Ammunition catalog recently thinking about what I might like to try in my .300 Winchester Magnum sometime, and whilst looking at the data sheets I noticed a couple of loadings listed as suitable for buffalo. These were the 180grain UNI Classic and the 165grain HIT (which ...

Engraved and Gold Inlaid Mauser G33/40

I don't know what your taste in rifles is, but I'm a bolt action sporting rifle aficionado with a penchant for the controlled feed Winchester Model 70's and sporters based on the legendary Mauser 98. I like steel, not alloy, walnut stocks, not synthetic, and very conservative styling, no thumbhole stocks nor Wundhammer swells. Similarly ...