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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: Kriss Sphinx SDP Compact

Imported by Kriss USA, the Sphinx SDP Compact is a carry-ready pistol made in Switzerland and features a unique hybrid design popular with competitors.

Reloading For The .458 SOCOM

The .458 SOCOM is a speciality cartridge for the AR-15 that has gained notoriety for its performance, but how does it do with reloading?

Review: Sauer 404 Synchro XTC Rifle

With a carbon fiber stock and interchangeable barrel system, the Sauer 404 Synchro XTC is both light and adaptable to many configurations based on user needs.

Review: CZ 557 Eclipse

Hunting rifles don’t have to be expensive in order to be effective, and CZ’s new 557 Eclipse is a great example of this.

Submersion Test: Is That Ammo Really Waterproof?

Modern centerfire rifle cartridges are supposed to be made weatherproof, but just how long are they viable for when submerged in water? This test aims to shed some light on the subject.

Reloading The .300 Precision Rifle Cartridge

Here, Frank Melloni explains the advantages of reloading cartridges for hunting specifically for the rifle to be used, through his experience reloading the .300 Precision Rifle Cartridge.

The Rise of the 9mm M1911

For most of its existence, the M1911 pistol has been inexorably linked to the .45 ACP cartridge. But thanks to advances in the platforms and ammunition, M1911s in 9mm Luger may just be the perfect pair.

Review: Hornady Auto Charge Pro

Here we take a look at the latest automatic powder measure and dispenser from Hornady, The Auto Charge Pro.

Field Test: Savage Arms Renegauge

To fully test the Savage Renegauge, NRA editors traveled the country and experienced this new shotgun in a range of conditions.

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