Plenty of hunting-specific rifles and shotguns hit the market this week at SHOT 2017, much to the delight of game-seekers in attendance. Here are a few of our favorites from the first few days of the show.
California-based firearms manufacturer Weatherby held a SHOT Show exclusive event for the official change of leadership from chief operating officer Ed Weatherby to his son Adam.
California rifle maker Weatherby, Inc. had a change in leadership Tuesday as chief executive officer, Ed Weatherby, named his son, Adam Weatherby, a successor.
Weatherby has released their first rifle built for and designed by a team of female hunters, the Camilla, patterned off of their Vanguard bolt actions.
This week, California-based Weatherby releases the Camilla, a new rifle designed in consultation with female hunters and new focus of the company’s marketing directed at women.
New from Weatherby for 2016 is the Vanguard Camilla Rifle, the company’s first female-specific hunting rifle. The Camilla came as a surprise late announcement from Weatherby during the first day of SHOT in Las Vegas.
Weatherby, Inc. issued a safety recall on March 21 that covers a limited number of SA-08 model semi-auto shotguns that sold starting March 11, 2013.
The Salvo 12 has the potential to affect how Americans see silencers. It is Silencerco’s boldest product with the power to change hearts and minds.
The .460 Weatherby Magnum is a dangerous game cartridge that’s not insignificantly more powerful than the .338 Lapua Magnum long-range high-performance sniper cartridge.
Weatherby is expanding on their line of semi-automatic SA-08 shotguns with new 28-gauge offerings for 2013. These new shotguns are perfect for all-day bird-hunting and clay-busting.