Handloading isn’t simply loading ammunition for matches or varmint hunting. Handloading isn’t always producing the least expensive rounds for range…Read More >
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This competitively priced ammo from Australia gives you match-grade accuracy, consistent tight groups, and power required for the quick takedown of varmints. If you are serious about your target shooting, you will be completely satisfied with the match-grade accuracy with the 55-grain BlitzKing bullet.
A barrel-twist rate is expressed in a chain of numbers that reflects on how far down the barrel a bullet must travel to make one full rotation. To fully understand barrel twist, read this article.
Have you ever read or been told that shooting steel-cased ammo out of your AR-15 is not good? Older, steel-cased ammo like Brown Bear is lacquer-coated and may cause issues down the road. However, there is nothing wrong with shooting steel-cased ammo from your AR. In this article, Cheaper Than Dirt debunks the myth that shooting steel-cased ammo is bad. After reading “Shooting Steel Cased Ammo in Your AR-15,” you will be saving money shooting cheap ammo without developing problems in your rifle.
The rifle has some major advantages over the pistol or shotgun when used as a defensive firearm. The rifle is far…Read More >
Among the best choices across the board in .223 is the Sierra 69-grain MatchKing. Why? I could state that this bullet has given excellent service in every rifle, from a 16-inch barrel carbine to a heavy-barrel bolt gun. The Sierra bullet also wins matches, and more than any other bullet in the class—at least to my knowledge. Sierra is known for high quality and precision, and precision is what match grade is all about.
Cheaper Than Dirt! staffers covering the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas have filed their final reports on new ammunition and accessories introduced at the show. Here’s a look at what 2014 has to offer from Winchester.
Cheaper Than Dirt! staffers covering the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas have filed new reports on new ammunition and accessories introduced at the show. Here’s a look at what 2014 has to offer from Hornady.
Norma USA created quite a buzz with the announcement regarding the expansion to its American PH and brass components. In 2012, Norma Precision expanded it high performance offerings to the United States and hunters have taken full advantage of Norma’s double-diameter expansion and deep, terminal penetration.