Who’s in the race for best hunting gun of 2019?
By Kristin Alberts
Every year, a few guns rocket to the top of the best-of-the-best list even before they hit the range and the woods. The same may be true for 2019, but Guns.com put together a list of some of the hottest new arms for hunters on display at SHOT. We’re curious to hear your faves.
Savage 110 High Country
110 High Country at 2019 SHOT Show. (Photo: Kristin Alberts/Guns.com)
Hands down, one of the best-looking rifles on the show floor is the new 110 High Country. The spiral fluted bolt and barrel, metalwork coated with PVD, and everything “Accu” includes the fully customizable AccuFit system on the True Timber Strata camo stock. Given Savage’s recent track record, we have little doubt the rifle will shoot as good as it looks. When a world-champion professional shooter plans to buy one, you best take a look as well. With 11 calibers on the docket, including 6.5’s in Creedmoor and PRC as well as .280 Ackley Improved, this is an interesting rifle. Keep an eye on Guns.com as we go more in-depth with the High Country soon.
Monobloc at 2019 SHOT Show. (Photo: Kristin Alberts/Guns.com)
With this game-changing one-piece barrel and receiver marvel, the Monobloc immediately launches itself