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By Bryan Lynch on Jun 09, 2020

Best Hunting Rifles 2020

Hey guys! Hunting is a time honored tradition that we've passed down from generation to generation. I'll never forget the first time my dad took me hunting, and I hope my son won't forget when I take him (if I can get him off his phone. Just kidding, he's really a good boy.)
There's just something about the thrill of man versus nature, the tension of maintaining that absolute stillness before the shot, and the satisfaction of bringing home that big kill to a loving family. It's nice to feel like you can provide in such a traditional way. 

Equipment wise I've always been back on forth on my favorite hunting rifle. In the list below, I've added my favorites, but I really want to know how the rest of the GunCritic community feels about them? I'm looking for something new to try, if anything because it feels like with every rifle I buy, I'm just months away from the next one. Haha. I guess what I'm trying to say is I'm on quest of sorts to find that elusive, BEST, hunting rifle. If it even exists. I'm sure it varies person to person.

I've been wondering, what are your best hunting rifles of 2020? I'd welcome your suggestions in the comments below. Have a good one and God bless.

Mossberg Patriot
1. Mossberg Patriot
Guncritic Certified 95%

$550.00

Inventory Number: FCS038101Description: RIFLE: MOSSBERG MODEL PATRIOT, CAMOUFLAGE, BOLT, 300 WINCHESTER MAGNUM, 22Specific Details:NRA Modern Gun Condition Rating Standards: VERY GOOD: In perfect working condition, no appreciable wear on working surfaces, no corrosion or pitting, only minor surface dents or scratches.Finish / Color: CamouflageCase & Box: No - Not IncludedCaliber: 300 WINCHESTER MAGNUMRifle Action: BoltScope: Not Includedask for Diago or Jay for an extra discountBravo Store Systemswww.bravorevolution.comBravo provides Brick & Mortar operators ways to sell on Amazon - Faster, Easier, Cheaper! No one does it better.

Ruger American Rimfire
2. Ruger American Rimfire
Guncritic Certified 95%

$420.90

The American series from Ruger consists of bolt-action rifles chambered from 22LR rimfire up to large centerfire rifles such as the 30-06 SPG, and were designed to be an innovative yet affordable rifle platform with models suitable for all North American game. This particular example, chambered in 22LR, features interchangeable stock modules that provide comb height options for both scope or iron sight use. The lightweight black composite stock has sling swivel studs and a 13.75" length of pull. The Marksman adjustable trigger offers a user adjustable pull weight, between 3 and 5 pounds. The free-floated hammer-forged barrel has a target-crown, ultra-precise rifling to provide exceptional accuracy, longevity and easy cleaning, and a satin blued finish. It also features a 10/22-style extended magazine release, a fiber optic front sight, an adjustable V slot folding rear sight, and a 3/8" rimfire scope base machined into the receiver, which is also drilled and tapped for Weaver #12 bases (not included).

Savage Arms 110
3. Savage Arms 110
Guncritic Certified 98%

$902.62

Savage 110 Left Handed Bolt Action Rifle. Chambered in 300 Win Mag. Comes equipped with a Zeiss Conquest 3-9 Scope

CVA Cascade
4. CVA Cascade
Guncritic Certified 0%

$499.98

CVA CR3906 Cascade 7mm-08 Rem Mag 4+1 22" Matte Blued Gray w/SoftTouch Right Hand

Tikka T3x Lite
5. Tikka T3x Lite
Guncritic Certified 91%

$1,257.48

When compromise is not an option. T3x lite combines high performance with lightweight ease. The Lite models are equipped with the T3x synthetic stock and all new modular features. These models come with the classic low-angled grip. The classic T3x Lite has a blued barrel and all-black stock. Stock Material: Synthetic Caliber: 308 Win Magazine Capacity: 3rds Finishing: Blued Steel Trigger Group: Standard Barrel Length: 22.4"