Fiocchi USA Golden Turkey

Preview: Fiocchi USA Golden Turkey

Nickel-plated lead shot in 3" loads for 12- and 20-ga. shotguns are now available from Fiocchi USA.

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.

5 Ways To Ruin A Good Handload

With as much as there is to gain from loading your own ammunition loads, there are also plenty of ways to get it wrong. Follow Frank Melloni as he covers five of the most common ways your could ruin your handloads.

Remington Opens Sporting Clays Course, Hosts Inaugural Spring League

Remington Ammunition has opened the Remington Gun Club to the public and the inaugural spring sporting clays league is already underway.

The .204 Ruger: History & Performance

Created as a collaboration by Hornady and Ruger to deliver a light recoiling and flat shooting rifle cartridge for varmint hunters, the .204 Ruger has a relatively short history but plenty of performance as explored by Dave Campbell.

Federal Premium Ammunition: A 100-Year Legacy

Federal Premium, one of the United States’ largest ammunition manufacturers, celebrates its 100th year of doing business in 2022, and its best may be yet to come.

Editor's Choice: Federal Premium Force X2 Shorty Shotshell

Federal Premium has created a potent new high-capacity 12-ga. defensive option with its Force X2 Shorty load—merging two existing products by introducing the company’s wound-channel-multiplying FX2 buckshot to its lineup of 1¾" Shorty shells.

Preview: Maglula US-Flag Uplula Loader

In a special-edition design celebrating Maglula’s 20th year on the U.S. market, the popular Uplula pistol-magazine loader is now available in a red-white-and-blue color scheme.

Norma Precision Ammo Relocates To Georgia

Georgia Gov. Brian P. Kemp announced earlier this month that Norma Precision Ammunition—a subsidiary of the leading European ammunition manufacturer RUAG Ammotec—has established its U.S. headquarters, manufacturing site and warehousing and distribution operations in Chatham County, Ga.

Defensive Ammunition Optimized: Federal’s 30 Super Carry

The last widely popular pistol cartridge intended specifically for concealed carry was the .380 ACP, designed more than 100 years ago by John Moses Browning for the 1908 Colt pistol. I have often looked with mild frustration at the .380 and the ubiquitous 9 mm Luger, our two most common “carry” pistol cartridges.

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