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Revisiting 9Mm Super Cooper F

Blast From The Past: Revisiting The 9 mm Magnum 'Super Cooper'

Follow Brad Miller as he takes a closer look at the 9 mm "Super Cooper" magnum handgun cartridge, which can have cases made for it from cut down .223 Rem. casings.

Nighthawk Custom Global Response Pistol: The Wiley Clapp Review

Nighthawk starts with precisely crafted receivers and slides that come out of its CNC machines close to perfect and require little in the way of fitting. The same is true of the smaller parts that make up the guns.

Inaugural Gunfest Coming To Sturgis

Plan to visit the inaugural Gunfest, Aug. 5 to 7 at the Sturgis Buffalo Chip Shooting Complex, where you'll have the opportunity to test firearms, ammunition and accessories in a safe and controlled environment.

The Rifleman Report: Our Republic

It seems that nearly every month we hear of increasing numbers of Americans who, motivated by domestic and international circumstances, are taking steps to embrace their individual right to keep and bear arms.

Holland & Holland’s Mighty .700 Nitro Express

When told that Holland & Holland would not build him a .600 Nitro Express, one man, through determination and perseverance, ended up creating the most powerful sporting cartridge in the world: the .700 Nitro Express.

30 Super Carry Approved By SAAMI

The 30 Super Carry cartridge has been accepted for standardization by the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers’ Institute (SAAMI).

Loading Bench: Rifle Loads For The .44 Remington Magnum

The variety of available bullet weights and styles make the .44 Mag. a versatile cartridge, and a rifle with a relatively fast rifling twist can accurately fire all of them. Read on:

Preview: Federal Premium 100th Anniversary Ammo Packages

In honor of its 100th anniversary, Federal Premium is offering a number of limited-edition commemorative ammunition packages in popular handgun, rifle and shotshell chamberings.

Freedom Arms: A Custom-Grade Revolver Company

Wayne Baker and noted gunsmith Dick Casull—whose namesake .454 Casull cartridge first made headlines in 1959—established the company Freedom Arms. It wasn’t big-bore revolvers they concentrated on, not early anyway.

Rifleman Q&A: .22-Cal. Cartridge Compatibility

I own a Winchester 1890 in .22 Winchester Rimfire and a Model 62 in .22 Long Rifle. Will a .22 LR fit in the WRF chamber and fire without danger to the firearm and user?

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