I think it’s safe to say that when it comes to ammunition companies, Federal and Hornady are the most dynamic. Seldom does a year go by that both companies don’t introduce innovative bullets, loads, or specialty calibers available nowhere else. This is especially true when it comes to big bore calibers and loads for dangerous game. Continue reading Safari Guns & Gear
Get in on the excitement of the SCI Auctions online! This year Remington Arms – Dakota Arms (The Freedom Group) has donated a Dakota 76 Safari Rifle in .300 Win. Mag. and a Dakota 76 African Rifle in .416 Rigby. The Model 76 exemplifies the very best of bolt-action innovation with the exquisite lines and impeccable shot-to-shot precision created only through the individual attention of Dakota craftsmen. The ultimate platform for a mid-bore hunting rifle, the .300 Win. Mag. Safari is Dakota’s most popular rifle, a perfect blend of form and function. The magazine’s four round capacity plus the guaranteed 1-in. accuracy of all Dakota rifles gives the shooter the confidence to make the shot count. The largest framed
Model 76 rifle, the African’s stock is designed to reduce the perceived recoil and muzzle climb of big bore rifles, and it still holds four .416 Rigby cartridges in the magazine. These are both beautiful rifles, fully engraved with fleur de lis checkering on special select English walnut, with a jeweled bolt, full-coverage engraving with a sable and a Cape buffalo on the respective floorplates and gold wire borders. Each has a French grey receiver and sub-MOA accuracy. Both rifles are equipped with Leupold scopes with Talley quick-release rings and are stored in a custom Americase.