Military style rifles are not usually known for having match grade accuracy, but the AR-15 can be easily upgraded with…Read More >
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Since the early days of firearm building, armorers noted that if they imparted spin to the projectile that it greatly…Read More >
Given the versatility of this well-rounded cartridge, it’s no wonder the .30-06 remains one of the most popular cartridges among hunters and target shooters alike.
Winchester ammunition has issued a recall for certain lot numbers of its .223 caliber Ranger ammunition. This recall only affects…Read More >
Though not very common in the United States, the 6.5×55 Swedish cartridge has long been popular amongst European hunters. Since…Read More >
Some hunters believe that deer such as the smaller Texas whitetails, can be humanely harvested using smaller caliber ammunition while larger and heavier game such as mule deer should only be harvested with more powerful ammo capable of penetrating more deeply. From personal experience, I can tell you a .223 neck shot will drop a deer in its tracks. However…
Only after you have mastered your chosen rifle, and thoroughly ensured the reliability of your system, should you begin to…Read More >
It shouldn’t be surprising how many modern hunting cartridges can trace their ancestry back to military based roots. Ammunition designed…Read More >
Big game hunting requires a very specific approach to picking ammunition that keeps you safe and does the job it’s intended to do. Whether you use an intermediate sized cartridge (like the .416 Remington Magnum) or use the monster cartridge (a .505 Gibbs), picking the right ammo for the job is essential. Read this post for additional details to help you pick the right size for the job.