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Latest Loads: .17 Hornet

The .17 Hornet is the quintessential mid-range varmint cartridge—regardless if you’re hunting east or west of the Mississippi River.

The Keefe Report: Just Give Me a Reason—The 22 Nosler

I really thought the guys from Bend were going to take their big parent case and shove an even bigger bullet in it. I was wrong. And I’m glad I was.

The 5.7x28mm: History & Design

While the 5.7x28mm cartridge has seen a resurgence in 2020, there have been attempts to make it into the mainstream before.

The .223 Remington

The .223 Rem. is a very versatile round with loading options for everything from varmints up to whitetails and even self-defense.

The .25-45 Sharps: A New “Old” Cartridge

The .25-45 Sharps was designed to provide a larger caliber for hunters wanting to use an AR-platform rifle.

The .22-250 Remington: History and Performance

Since the late 1930s, the .22-250 Remington cartridge has continued to be a favorite small-caliber, high velocity option for small game and varmint hunters alike. 

Breaking Barriers: Ruger's .204

Based off of the .222 Remington Magnum cartridge and stuffed with a .20-cal. Hornady bullet, the Ruger .204 cartridge supplies 4,200 f.p.s. with mild recoil and surprisingly good barrel life.

So, Are Magnums Dead?

Cartridge preferences are shifting these days, and there are more magnum cartridges out there than ever before. So, why is no one talking about them? Are belts and blazing velocities things of the past? Has America cured itself of Magnumitis?

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