Throwback Thursday—.40 S&W Ammo: Choices Aplenty
Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. In this article from September 1991, the .40 S&W cartridge was a year old. Winchester had a brief monopoly on the hottest new defense and police cartridge, but now many different makers are supplying...
Rifleman Q&A: Military Krag Loads
I recently acquired a U.S. Krag rifle for my collection, and I want to replicate ballistics and performance of the arm—as well as for my .45-70 Trapdoor—using the original government loadings.
Throwback Thursday: A Pair of Tens
Every Thursday we'll share an article from the American Rifleman archives. In this article from June 1990, readers are introduced to Smith & Wesson’s new Model 1006, a 10 mm double-action semi-automatic, which debuted alongside the S&W Model 1076, a pistol designed to meet the FBI’s specifications.