Sako Quad Hunter .22LR rifle review: The versatile Sako Quad Hunter is an impressive one-gun rifle system.
Has combining tradition with technology made the Beta Classis shotgun a classic?
Steve Bowers Custom .224 rifle review: The marriage of man and machine has resulted in wonderful rifles, but none so delightful as those made by rifle expert, Steve Bowers, and…
Mauser CZ 527 Varmint rifle: As a small variant of the marvellous Mauser, the .204 Calibre CZ 527 rifle is already off to a good start.
Krico Model 902 rifle review: These German Krico rifles have all the quality, accuracy and dependability that a stalker requires, so why are they such a rare sight in British
Lincoln Carrera shotgun review: This Lincoln Carrera 12-bore shotgun is an all-round classic of its kind.
Bettinsoli Diamond Line shotgun review: You don't have to dig too deep for the impressive Bettinsoli Diamond Line Deluxe shotgun to shine.
Ruger 1B .243 rifle review: The Ruger No.1B .243 stalking rifle is an accurate, modern gun with a reliable, traditional side.
The Yildiz over-under shotgun is low cost and lightweight compared to its competitors in the same market.
CZ Varmint .17 Mach 2 rifle: With price and presentation on the money, some guns have what it takes. ST reviews the CZ Varmint rifle, arguably the best-buy .17 Mach…
Winchester Coyote Lite .22-250 rifle: Lite in name, and in nature, this new rifle from Winchester is designed for the true hunter, with synthetic weather resistance. ST tests the Coyote…
The Warwick .410 shotgun from BSA, an affordable, well-balanced small-bore gun with the ability to make the average shooter feel like royalty.
Savage Model 16 .243 rifle review: Satin-finished it may be, but Bruce Potts takes a shine to the reliable, adjustable trigger and consistent accuracy of Savage's Model 16 .243 stalking
The Caesar Guerini Maxum is a sleek and stylish shotgun. Could this Italian marvel give the established favourites some serious competition.
Weatherby Vanguard .257 Magnum rifle review: An all-American stalking rifle with no ideas above its station or price range, ST reviews the unpretentious Weatherby Vanguard, and finds it more than