27Nosler

The 27 Nosler: The New .270 Cartridge King?

Thanks to greater powder capacity and long, heavy-for-caliber bullets, the new .277-cal. cartridge from Nosler offers impressive accuracy and downrange performance. But can it dethrone the venerable .270 Win.?

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.

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.

Firearm Industry Goes Virtual During COVID-19

Due to the social-distancing requirements in place to limit the spread of coronavirus, many industry events are moving to a virtual space.

Review: SAR USA B6C

Tested here is the SAR USA B6C compact semi-automatic 9 mm handgun based on the CZ-75, an affordable option for self defense.

Preview: RCBS Rebel Single-Stage Reloading Press

The new RCBS Rebel brings the company's single-stage reloading press lineup into a new generation that's taller, wider and heavier than its predecessors.

The 10mm Auto: History & Performance of a Potent Pistol Cartridge

Nearly four decades after it made its debut, the 10mm Auto is offered in more loads and guns than ever before, including four different M1911-based pistols.

Handloads: 6.5x54mm Mannlicher-Schoenauer

The previous owner of my 6.5 carbine bought another cocking piece and had a gunsmith screw a Williams aperture sight on top, making the rifle more friendly to older eyes.

M1 Garand Slam-Fires: Potential Causes & Solutions

A slam-fire is a rare occurrence in an M1 Garand, but it can happen, as it did to one American Rifleman contributor. Here's how he discovered a potential cause.

M1 Garand Reloading With Modern Components & Tools

Many who load for the M1 Garand use traditional powders, bullets and cases. What happens if you use cutting-edge materials and tools? Find out here.

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