Through the years, I have seen many high-performance handgun loads rise, fall and fail. Some would not feed properly,
Previously, I tested the HPR handgun loads in 9mm and .45 ACP calibers. The load demonstrates attention to quality and good accuracy.
“Due to the high cost of ammunition, no warning shots will be given!” This little phrase puts a humorous spin on
.32 Smith & Wesson Long
Among the most enjoyable to use and accurate of all revolver cartridges is the .32 Smith & Wesson Long. When
I tend to look forward rather than back. The fundamental premises of youth, however, are hard to shake. I grew
This article originally appeared on March 8, 2012.
I enjoy a good sales pitch. Part of being an American
For the AR-15 shooter, what does “long range” mean? It’s subjective. For someone who is usually popping away at
When choosing ammunition, you must first ask what does the bullet do? While most ammunition is used for mundane chores,
Train and defend are simple watchwords. About 99 percent of the ammunition we fire is in practice. Competition shooting takes a lot of ammunition, although staying sharp also demands its share. The problem often is finding a good practice load.
After introducing its value-price CT40 and CT45 at SHOT Show 2014, Kahr finally releases the 9mm, CT9. Cheaper Than Dirt!
High Precision, Down Range. I hoped the claim held true. Frankly, when you test and evaluate as many firearms as I do, you are glad to have something to shoot, whether it is your first choice or not. And while we came in on different ships, we are all on the same boat.
Used as a military cartridge and firing the shot that began World War I, the .32 ACP is a giant of a cartridge in popularity worldwide. Designed for use in the 1900 Browning self-loader, FN of Belgium manufactured the cartridge.
Recently, I received a challenge about the relationship between velocity and firearms performance. Velocity means a lot, but so does