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Range Tested: Personal Defense Ammunition

To examine what modern personal-defense ammunition looks like, we took a look at three options available from Federal Premium and Speer Ammo.

NRA Gun of the Week: Korth NXR

On this week’s “Gun of the Week,” American Rifleman staff examine a highly customized revolver imported from Korth by Nighthawk Custom.

Range Tested: Savage 110 Ultralite Rifle

Originally introduced in 1958, Savage’s Model 110 is one of the oldest continuously produced American rifle designs on the market.

Range Tested: Daniel Defense DDM4 PDW

Today’s self-protection firearms, whether rifles or pistols, emphasize light weight and compact dimensions, while still offering ample magazine capacity for full-power ammunition.

Range Tested: Daniel Defense Delta 5

When a leading maker of gas-driven, AR-style, semi-automatic rifles and pistols decides to enter the bolt-action rifle market, the industry is going to take notice.

Range Tested: Federal Premium .224 Valkyrie Ammunition

American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach takes to the range with the .224 Valkyrie which produces flat trajectories, match-grade accuracy and supersonic velocities beyond 1,300 yards downrange.

Range Tested: Savage Model 110 Storm Rifle

Designed for the rigors of all-weather hunting, the Savage Model 110 Storm is a modern rendition of one of the longest continuously-produced bolt-action, center-fire rifles in the United States.

Tested: Walther Creed Pistol

Owing to more than a century of pistolcraft, Walther Arms of Ulm, Germany, has garnered a reputation for producing top-quality semi-automatic handguns, such as those in its PPQ series.

Tested: Daniel Defense DD5V1

Among the many firms that produce AR-pattern rifles, some merely assemble parts and put their logos on the box, while others actually manufacture the firearms that wear their names.

Burris Scopes—Testing the C4 Plus and XTR II

With a line that includes everything from traditional riflescopes to red dots, and the high-tech Eliminator series, Burris optics just seem to get the job done. Here is an examination of two current offerings: the affordable C4 Plus and the top-of-the-line XTR II.

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