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Breaking With Convention: NovX Ammunition

NovX’s forward-thinking approach to ammunition design not only challenges tradition, but threatens to rewrite the rules.

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 received equitable attention—until now.

Black Hills Ammo: A Family Business

During a recent trip to the range for gun evaluations, I fired several guns and among them was a 1911-style .45 automatic. Happily enough, this is not unusual for me.

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...

Hard-To-Find Rifle and Handgun Ammunition

Here's a source for ammunition in those unusual rifle and handgun chamberings.

Mastery of Metals: Federal HST and Guard Dog Loads

Through careful attention to design, Federal Premium’s engineers were able to create self-defense loads that exhibit specific characteristics sought by the two prominent streams of thought concerning personal protection. The distinctly different loads, HST and Guard Dog, will meet the needs of even the most demanding self-defense practitioner.

Federal Premium Guard Dog Ammunition

Federal Premium’s Guard Dog home-defense ammunition is designed to minimize pass through of interiors walls.

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