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Bullet Basics: Bonded vs. Non-Bonded Bullets

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

When choosing the right bullet for any hunting application, its important to understand the differences and performance characteristics between bonded and non-bonded bullets…. more »

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Why Hunters Prefer High Ballistic Coefficient Bullets

by J. Scott Rupp 0

My favorite guitarist, the late Jerry Garcia, once said, “On this planet, louder is better.” And so it is with… more »

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Fact or Fiction: The Tale of the Tape

by Brad Fitzpatrick 22

Rumor has it that duct tape over the muzzle of a firearm can prevent mud and debris from obstructing your… more »

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Ballistics Test: The Best Big Game Bullets

by Joseph von Benedikt 5

One of the hallmarks of a great big game bullet is its ability to offer good terminal performance from very… more »

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How to Break In A Rifle Barrel

by G&A Staff 3

Among serious rifle marksmen there are few topics more enduring than the subject of break-in procedures for a new rifle… more »

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How Hunting Conditions Affect Rifles

by Craig Boddington 2

A hundred years ago, on an Alberta whitetail hunt, I endured a really nasty cold snap. You’d think the deer movement… more »

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CCI Quiet 22

by J. Scott Rupp 14

Depending on where you live, you can shoot in your own backyard for plinking or pest control, but even if… more »

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Review: Wilson Combat 7.62×40

by Patrick Sweeney 7

Bill Wilson, of Wilson Combat fame, having built a robust company providing 1911s, ARs and pump shotguns for the savvy… more »

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Varmint Rifle Battery

by Layne Simpson 7

  A varmint rifle battery capable of serving the needs of everyone does not exist. This is due to the… more »

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The Versatile 6.5 Creedmoor

by J. Scott Rupp 12

It seems like ages ago, but it was only 2008 when Hornady invited me to its Grand Island, Nebraska, plant… more »

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