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Good Ammo & Good Reloads: Starting With Once-Fired Brass

Factory ammunition is better than it has ever been, but it still doesn't beat handloads. See what this Barrett MRAD in .300 Norma Mag. is capable of with custom-crafted handloads made from once-fired brass.

Review: Springfield Armory XD-M Elite 3.8" Compact

This Springfield XD-M Elite 3.8" Compact is a full featured carry gun that neatly tames the snappy feel of standard and +P 9mm ammunition.

Review: Smith & Wesson Performance Center SW1911 Pro Series

The Smith & Wesson Performance Center SW1911 Pro Series, an Officer-size variant of John Browning’s venerated design, is the Performance Center’s first 9 mm Luger-chambered offering in the platform.

Review: Taurus 942 Revolver

Last year, Taurus USA replaced the Model 94 rimfire revolver series with the sub-nose Model 942 double- and single-action revolver line chambered in either .22 LR or .22 Mag.

The Baby Browning: A .25 ACP Pocket Pistol for Personal Protection

Chambered in .25 ACP, the Baby Browning micro handgun design was a popular option for a pocket pistol imported from Europe during the 1950s and 1960s.

Review: Tikka T1x MTR

Tikka's T3x rifles are popular among shooters, and the T1x takes many of the T3x's features and packs them into a dedicated rimfire offering.

Review: Walther Arms PDP

The German maker’s 9 mm Performance Duty Pistol is offered in Full Size and Compact models—each featuring an excellent trigger, superb accuracy and effective ergonomics.

Reloading The .220 Swift

The 220 Swift cartridge has been around for nearly a century and is still the fastest factory round available on the market today. Here's a look at the reloading experience for this round.

Review: Hornady Super Subsonic Hunting Loads

Capable, accurate, conveniently suppressible and light-recoiling, Hornady’s new Subsonic loads bring added versatility to a trio of rifle chamberings not usually associated with subsonic use.

The Beretta ARX 100: A Great Idea That Never Caught On

The Beretta ARX 100 fell victim to misfortunate market timing, unrealistic product pricing and unorthodox styling all of which played a role in how well it did in the US market. With a few improvements and product positioning, this rifle could do better.

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