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Cowboy Action Shooting: Something for Everybody

With Cowboy Action Shooting there's something for everyone, and don't let the fancy duds fool you. Like to shoot a lot? Like handloading? Like sixguns? Like lever guns? Who doesn't like cowboys? So why haven't you tried it?

The Bonded-Core Bullet: A Revolution for the Hunter

As rifle and cartridge technology has advanced, so have bullets. One of the biggest—and most ­popular—developments in ­hunting bullets has been the bonded core.

Review: DPMS GII AR-308

Leading the charge to a new, trimmer generation of .308-Win.-chambered rifles, these DPMS GII series rifles pack serious punch and are only marginally heavier and larger than standard ARs.

Federal Premium to Host Celebrities at NRA Show

If you’ve ever attended the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, you know that Federal Premium Ammunition usually hosts an interesting lot of shooting industry and outdoor celebrities at its booth, and this year is no exception.

Video: DPMS GII Rifle Review

Watch this "Rifleman Review" segment from a recent episode of American Rifleman TV as editors review the DPMS G2 .308 Winchester Rifle.

Downsizing DPMS GII ARs

Leading the charge to a new, trimmer generation of .308-Win.-chambered rifles, the new DPMS GII series rifles pack serious punch and are only marginally heavier and larger than standard ARs.

The UTS-15 Shotgun

An all-new pump-action bullpup with dual tubular magazines and an on-board capacity of 15 shells, this tactical-style shotgun is anything but run-of-the-mill-but does it represent the shape of things to come?

America’s Rejected Caliber

Look at the numbers and you will see there is a lot to like about cartridges with bullets measuring 0.358" across. Some are well-loved and respected, but seldom do shooters vote for them with their pocketbooks. Bigger is better, right? So why not .35?

Now Hear This!

Today’s digital technology allows those with hearing loss to hear what they’ve been missing.

.223 Remington Vs. 5.56: What's in a Name?

The common misconception is that the two are the same—that 5.56x45 mm and .223 Rem. are the same dance partner, but with a different dress. This can lead to a dangerous situation

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