“Beware the hunter with just one rifle.” This old saying is just as true now as in the past. Such a hunter must use this single gun for everything. They know their rifle inside and out, field strip it blindfolded, and can knock a fly off an elk’s ear at 300 yards.
When I was much younger, I too had just one hunting rifle—a Winchester Model 70 chambered n .375 H&H Magnum. It had to have one quality above all others: versatility. The same is true for anyone with Read More