Top: The Winchester Model 94 XTR Big Bore carbine was the first, and one of the few, guns chambered in the .375 Win. I’m here to praise the .375 Winchester, not lay it to rest, although over the years a lot of dirt has been shoveled on the cartridge for various reasons. The .375 Win. … Continue reading “Remembering the .375 Winchester Cartridge by John Haviland”
December 14th, 2018 by asjstaff Some of the world’s finest side-by-sides are made in England and Scotland. The British are a nation of shotgunners, so it is no surprise that the shotgun reached its highest level of perfection there under the patronage of its wealthy aristocrats. The classic game gun is a 12-bore side-by-side double … Continue reading “Somebody’s elses opinion about the Best Shotguns in the UK”
Unless you have one of these & know how to use it during the unforgiving moment! Grumpy A Winchester Model 70 in Caliber 375 H&H with I suggest using Solids at this time!
The 264 Winchester Magnum is a 6.5mm cartridge that was ahead of its time when created in 1958. It slipped into a coma in the mid-1960s and has been at death’s door ever since. But it could revive, perhaps even thrive because it produces better ballistics than all but one or two of the current … Continue reading “CAN The 264 WINCHESTER MAGNUM RISE FROM DEAD? BY RON SPOMER”