Editor’s Choice: Traditions NitroFire
Traditions unveiled the NitroFire, the first muzzleloader to use FireStick sealed powder charges by Federal Premium. The system represents a faster, safer, more precise way to load/unload a muzzleloader.
First Look: Traditions Firearms NitroFire Muzzleloader
The result of a collaborative effort between Federal Premium, Hodgdon Powder Company and Traditions Firearms, is a new .50-cal. muzzleloader with a unique priming system.
Tips & Techniques: Cast Bullet Fit in Revolvers
Cast lead alloy and swaged lead bullets require a diameter about 0.001" greater than normal jacketed bullet diameter to shoot accurately and prevent cylinder throat and bore leading in revolvers.
SHOT Show 2019: CVA Paramount Long-Range Muzzleloader
Unlike any other .45 caliber muzzleloader in CVA's line-up, the Paramount has been designed to handle “super-magnum” propellant charges.
Video—I Have This Old Gun: Long Lee-Enfields
Join American Rifleman's Mark Keefe for a discussion on Long Lee-Enfield's.
Review: 'The Gunpowder People'
Certain books should be in the library of any serious sportsman; immediate to mind are titles such as Weatherby: The Man. The Gun. The Legend. and John Nosler Going Ballistic: The Life And Adventures Of John Nosler. To these must be added The Gunpowder People by James W. Bequette.
Hodgdon: The Inside Story
Best known to handloaders within the firearm industry, Hodgdon Powder Company’s sphere of influence is farther-reaching than one might expect.
5 New Or Unusual North American Arms Mini Revolvers
The North American Arms Mini revolvers are among the smallest guns on the market today. Here are five new, unusual or underappreciated Mini models for your consideration.
Where Can I Get... ? Springfield XD45 Ultimate Match Trigger Kit and Extended Grip Safety
The Springfield XD45 is a service-grade pistol that is often associated with a long trigger take-up and fairly low-profile grip safety that can make consistent engagement a bit difficult for some folks.
Back To Basics: 10 Handloading No-Nos
Avoid these bad practices and your handloads will be more accurate, more reliable and a whole lot safer.