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Handloading The 7.62x39 mm (M43)

Handloading The 7.62x39 mm (M43)

The key to unlocking the 7.62x39 mm’s utmost potential is matching its projectiles to the...
Latest Loads: 12-ga., 2-Inch Shotshell

Latest Loads: 12-ga., 2-Inch Shotshell

Forget dancing teapots; we’re talking about 2", 12-ga. shotshells. Thanks to their scant, 1¾" to...
Latest Loads: 9 mm Luger

Latest Loads: 9 mm Luger

Though firearm-mounted sound suppressors significantly reduce the ear-damaging noise of supersonic ammunition, maximum benefit from...
Latest Loads: Muddying The Waters

Latest Loads: Muddying The Waters

Within the hunting community, few topics are as hotly debated as is use of .22-cal.,...
Tested: The .22 TCM Cartridge

Tested: The .22 TCM Cartridge

Whether hot-rodding an M1911 or mid-range varminting, the .22 TCM is poised to please. Anything...
Sierra 95 gr. FMJ Tournament Master: Penny-Pinching Premium Performance

Sierra 95 gr. FMJ Tournament Master: Penny-Pinching Premium Performance

Owners of .380 ACP-chambered pistols are accustomed to it; however, paying significantly more per round...
Tested: The 22 Nosler

Tested: The 22 Nosler

Nosler’s latest—and smallest—cartridge redefines the capability of a .22-cal. center-fire in the AR-15 platform. Here’s...
Latest Loads: IMR Blue—Singing The Blues ... Or Not

Latest Loads: IMR Blue—Singing The Blues ... Or Not

Late-season pheasants are notoriously difficult to bring to bag.
Unsung Hero: The Mk 248 MOD 1

Unsung Hero: The Mk 248 MOD 1

The .300 Win. Mag. cartridge was a veritable game-changer in the military sniping community—especially in...
5 Reasons to Handload Shotshells

5 Reasons to Handload Shotshells

When it comes to handloading, shotshells receive considerably less attention than do metallic cartridges, but...
Latest Loads: .375 H&H Mag.

Latest Loads: .375 H&H Mag.

Even in an ever-more-crowded field, the .375 H&H Mag. remains one of the few truly...
Latest Loads: Less Is More in Steel Shot 20 Gauge

Latest Loads: Less Is More in Steel Shot 20 Gauge

Steel shot’s low density (and light weight) is a catch-22; when compared to lead pellets,...
Latest Loads: Hornady 250-gr. GMX

Latest Loads: Hornady 250-gr. GMX

Of the myriad rifle cartridges introduced from the late-1990s through the 2000s, the .375 Ruger...
Latest Loads: Back To The Basics

Latest Loads: Back To The Basics

With an ever-increasing selection of exotic-design bullets from which to choose, it’s sometimes easy to...
Latest Loads: Fiber-Wad Loads

Latest Loads: Fiber-Wad Loads

The adage “what’s old is new again” certainly applies to fiber-wad loads.
Latest Loads: Ultimate Goose Getter

Latest Loads: Ultimate Goose Getter

Since the introduction of the 3½"-chambered 12-ga. shotgun in 1988, the 3½" 10 gauge has...
The California-Friendly Creedmoor

The California-Friendly Creedmoor

A recent “Latest Loads” column featured the 6.5 mm Creedmoor cartridge capped with Hornady’s new...
Latest Loads: Lehigh Defense 9 mm Luger

Latest Loads: Lehigh Defense 9 mm Luger

Most manufacturers of personal-protection bullets seek controlled expansion and high weight retention.
Thompson/Center Compass Rifle Review

Thompson/Center Compass Rifle Review

Thompson/Center Arms has created an economical bolt-action called the Compass that may well be the...
Federal American Eagle Syntech Handgun Ammunition Review

Federal American Eagle Syntech Handgun Ammunition Review

Handgun ammunition manufacturers put tremendous effort into creating fail-safe defensive loads, but practice-type ammunition hasn’t...
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