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Review: The .22 Nosler

by David Fortier 0

The new .22 Nosler offers AR shooters a superior .22 caliber alternative to the .223 Rem.


Comparing American And European Rifle Cartridges

by Craig Boddington 0

There are often parallel choices between European metric cartridges and American “English” Cartridges.

Hornady’s SBR Black load features a 75-grain boattail hollowpoint with exposed lead tip, propelled by low-flash spherical powder. The load meets FBI specs for penetration and expansion, even from Short Barrel Rifles.

Hornady SBR Ammo

by David Fortier 0

  With the growing interest in Short Barrel Rifles and Personal Defense Weapons, there’s an equal growing demand for hard… more »


Developing Hunting Handloads

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Good terminal performance on game—particularly heavy muscled, densely boned big game—is achieved by bullet design characteristics far different from those… more »


Review: Hornady ELD-X Precision Hunter Ammo

by Brad Fitzpatrick 0

One upon a time, the 400, 500 and 600 yard shooting lanes at our local rifle club were rarely visited… more »


Addressing the Foot-Pound Fallacy

by Craig Boddington 0

Decades have passed since Col. Townsend Whelen theorized we should have 1,000 ft.-lbs. of energy at the animal to cleanly… more »


Great Bullets for Long-Range Hunting

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Whether you agree with the ethics of long-range hunting or not, it is a massive trend, and bullet manufacturers are… more »


The Truth About Ballistic Efficiency

by Brad Fitzpatrick 0

Ballisticians and rifle cranks love the word “ ballistic efficiency,” and it’s become a common part of our vernacular. We… more »


Hornady Full Boar Ammo Review

by Brian McCombie 0

The Texas sun had come up a quarter hour earlier, the shadows still lingering, when we spotted the boar many… more »


Magnum Primers for Non-Magnum Loads

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Everybody knows that magnum primers are for magnum cartridges, right? But savvy hunters who anticipate shooting in very cold conditions—say,… more »

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