Remington presents the hunting community with an exciting and all-new option, 360 Buckhammer, for those seeking the utmost in terminal performance out of a centerfire rifle cartridge with design qualities that benefit the lever-action rifle user.
Introduced last year, the GlideVault from SnapSafe is a security safe with a spring-assisted opening mechanism that is small enough for use under a bed, in a closet or on a countertop, but large enough to accommodate jewelry, important documents and most handguns.
There was no shortage of introductions and announcements from ammunition companies in 2022. New cartridges grab attention and headlines, but there was a trend quietly gaining momentum this year, one that holds a promise of making those dreadful periods of ammo shortages shorter, or at least reducing their frequency.
Speer and CCI Ammunition announced the implementation and production of Catalyst lead-free priming technology, an extremely clean-burning, efficient compound aimed to improve accuracy and safety and built in their U.S.-based, Lewiston, Idaho, facility.
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.
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.
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?
Pride and satisfaction are the top reasons for handloading centerfire cartridges, but better accuracy and economy factor in, too. Regardless of why you want to reload, here’s how to get started.