Fall is just around the corner, and although we are not exactly through the ammo shortage, things are better than they were in January. As hunting season is already underway here in the Southeast, sporadic ammo availability got me thinking about the utility of certain single-shot, break-action rifle designs.
Benelli recently added three new calibers to the Lupo bolt-action rifle, including 6.5 Creedmoor, .308 Win., and .243 Win.
Savage Arms is introducing the Impulse, a new line of American-made rifles that feature a unique straight-pull action that changes the basic function of the conventional bolt into one fast and easy-to-use movement.
For those interested in long-range pursuits where you may have to go mobile, Sauer just released a lightweight offering that might be of interest.
Hornady’s new 6 mm ARC is designed to push the AR-15-based rifle system to new lengths.
Thompson/Center Arms is expanding its already extensive centerfire rifle lineup for 2020 to include the new T/C Compass Utility, T/C Compass II, and T/C Venture II bolt-action rifles.