It is fast and accurate, easily controllable and a ball of fun to fire and use. How practical is it? That depends upon the application, but one thing is for sure, the 5.7 x 28mm is more than just a class of its own. Read the full story to see why the 5.7 x 28mm may just be the ultimate two or four-legged predator cartridge.
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Most shooters say they like more power in their rifles and handguns, but their buying habits show they overwhelmingly prefer less power — that is, in total rounds sold, 22-caliber firearms and ammunition dominate cartridge sales figures. Likewise, in the Shooter’s Log many of the most popular articles we’ve published covered firearms and ammunition of the various 22-caliber chamberings, including the 5.7×28 FN (.220), .22 LR (.223), .22 WMR (.224), and 223 Rem. (.224). Here are the most popular items:
Here are the top-10 articles in which we’ve reviewed a single firearm make and model (and associated variations, where applicable) that the Chronicle community obviously wanted to know more about. Some of the choices surprised us:
Pistol articles are a hands-down favorite of readers who visit The Shooter’s Log. It’s easy to see that shooters want to know more about handguns of all types and sizes — carry guns, competitive models, high-cost pieces, budget items — it doesn’t really matter. Here our Top-Ten most-read items about sidearms.
We’ve reviewed dozens of pistols over the years, and a handful have really piqued the community’s interest. Check out our top-10 most-read reviews of self-defense pistols.
The call came late on a Saturday afternoon. I’d asked an FFL friend to be on the lookout for a Kel-Tec PMR-30 at a reasonable price, and after three months of no-news-is-bad-news, this was it.
In case you missed them the first go-round, here are the top 10 all-time most-read items in the Shooter’s Log:
Here are some of the most-read items from recent editions of the CTD Chronicle and favorites in the Shooter’s Log: