Accura Mountain Rifle

Accura Mountain Rifle

At only 6.35 pounds, the Accura MR is a rifle you can carry all day long. The WeatherGuard coating ensures the metal can withstand any field conditions, while the rubber grip panels make this break-action muzzleloader comfortable to handle in even the worst weather. The breech plug can be removed without tools, and the entire rifle can be disassembled by removing a single screw. Available with either fibre optic sights or a one-piece scope mount. CVA, 1-770-449-4687

American

American

The introductory model of this affordable, entry-level bolt-action rifle from Ruger features an adjustable trigger (three to five pounds), free-floated barrel and four-round, flush-fitting rotary magazine. Weighing a mere 6¼ pounds, it’s ideal for a wide range of hunting situations. Available for 2012 in .243 Win., .270 Win., .30-06 Springfield and .308 Win., each rifle comes complete with scope bases. Ruger, (603) 865-2424

Dimension

Dimension

Thompson/Center’s new Dimension platform is a bolt-action rifle that lets you change calibres. Based on a universal receiver, the Dimension can handle short-, medium- and long-action calibres through interchangeable barrels, bolts and magazines. Each component is labelled by letter to ensure shooters correctly match parts, and change-ups take only two minutes. Ten calibres are available, from .204 Ruger up to .300 Win. Mag. Thompson/Center Arms, 1-866-730-1614

Model 700 Anniversary

Model 700 Anniversary

Remington is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its iconic Model 700 with two commemorative models. The first is a 7mm Rem. Mag. in a BDL, complete with a 24-inch blued barrel, laser-engraved floor plate and adjustable trigger. And to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the .375 H&H calibre, there’s a limited-edition 700 CDL chambered for this versatile round. It features a 22-inch matte-finished barrel, steel floor plate, adjustable rear sight and hooded front sight. Remington, 1-800-243-9700

Model 94 Trails End Takedown

Model 94 Trails End Takedown

While the 94 needs no introduction, the new Trails End now offers convenience for travellers by breaking down into two components. Available in the traditional .30-30 or in .450 Marlin, the rifle features a walnut stock and straight grip. On the .450 Marlin, which comes standard with a Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad, the barrel is ported to reduce felt recoil and muzzle jump. Winchester, 1-800-945-5237