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25 Years with the 7 mm STW

The 7 mm Shooting Times Westerner cartridge is a flat-shooting wildcat that went mainstream.

A Classic Returns in .257 Bob

Often overshadowed by the 6 mms, the .257 Roberts is a .25-caliber round that started as a wildcat, but is now being reintroduced in the Model 70.

Ammo for the Forty-One

Back when I was shooting IHMSA and loading my own ammo, I became a devotee of the middle magnum—the .41.

Finding the Forgotten .41 Rem. Mag. Cartridge

This half-century old revolver cartridge may be flying under the mainstream's radar but it's still alive and well.

The .222 Remington Story

Though overshadowed by the .223 Rem., the .222 Rem. is a real performer that many shooters know little about—yet, for four decades, it held the record for the smallest five-shot group fired at a 100-yard registered benchrest match.

Is the .45-70 Gov't. Cartridge Still Relevant?

Is a big-bore rifle round used to fight the Spanish-American War still a good choice for today's hunters and outdoorsmen?

Unsung Hero: The Mk 248 MOD 1

The .300 Win. Mag. cartridge was a veritable game-changer in the military sniping community—especially in its latest incarnation, the Mk 248 MOD 1. Here’s how it was developed, and what handloaders can learn from it.

Nine Lives of the 10 mm Auto

Counted out more than once, the 10 mm Auto cartridge simply refuses to give up—and the latest crop of guns chambered for it proves that the 10 is more than just a survivor.

Field Notes: 10 mm Auto

These field notes by Field Editor Jeremiah Knupp contain the specifications of five 10 mm firearms as well as accuracy and velocity data.

A First Look at 2019’s New Guns

It's that time of year again when we get a glimpse of some of the new guns manufacturers are planning to ship in upcoming months.

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