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The AR-15 For Home Defense: 3 Loads To Consider

While many .223 Rem. and 5.56 NATO loads exist on the market, not all are best suited for home-defense use. Here are a few loads that are worth looking at.

True Velocity: Re-Defining The ‘Metallic’ Cartridge

In developing its state-of-the-art centerfire rifle cases, True Velocity Ammunition has moved away from metal and placed polymer center stage. The result is a new self-contained cartridge that is lighter in weight, remarkably consistent from round to round and admirably accurate.

Preview: Federal Ammunition 100th Anniversary Book

As a tribute to the company’s first century in business, Federal Ammunition has released a special, limited-edition book that breaks down its history, decade by decade, across 244 pages.

Handloads: Hunting With The .375 Winchester

Although it is often difficult to find components for reloading the .375 Winchester cartridge, this lever-action round is deserving of customization for hunting in today's game fields.

Fiocchi Building Arkansas Lead-Free Primer Plant

Fiocchi announces $41.5 million investment in Little Rock, Ark., for the construction of the world's first lead-free primer manufacturing facility located in the Port of Little Rock on 281 acres.

$60 Million Norma Ammo Plant Coming To Georgia

Beretta Holding announced its plans to invest $60 million in the construction of a 300,000-square-foot ammunition plant in the Savannah, Ga., area.

SAAMI Muzzle Thread Specs Will Promote Safety, Reduce Frustrations

The Sporting Arms and Ammunition Institute (SAAMI) published new standards that will improve safety and reduce owner frustration while improving performance of muzzle devices.

7 mm PRC: Hornady's New Precision Rifle Cartridge

Building off the success of its previous Precision Rifle Cartridge chamberings, Hornady now offers a new high-ballistic-coefficient loading with the 7 mm PRC.

Rifleman Q&A: Lubricated With Wax?

I have an old box of Winchester-Western Super X .38 Colt hollow-point ammo. On the side of the box is “Lubaloy coated Bullet special dry wax lubricant.”  It seems to me that most modern ammunition is not coated. Why is it (or was it) necessary to put some form of wax on ammunition?

Noveske Rifleworks: Extreme-Duty ARs & More

From his garage beginnings to becoming a U.S. military supplier, the late John Noveske established a foundation for his namesake company to grow on, leading the prominent maker of semi-automatic carbines and aftermarket parts into the future.

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