The .380 ACP: History & Performance
Despite disagreements surrounding the .380 ACP cartridge's performance, its history shows it to be a popular, effective round, because people have always enjoyed small, easy-to-carry pistols that can be quickly deployed.
The .243 Winchester: History & Performance
Based on the .308 Win. cartridge of the post-World War II era, a 6 mm cartridge emerged shortly thereafter and has become one of America's favorite hunting rounds. The .243 Win. provides today's hunter and long-range shooter with versatility that is tough to beat.
The .45 ACP: History & Performance
Spurred by the need for a more powerful cartridge from the experiences of the Moro Rebellion in the Philippines, the .45 ACP has enjoyed extensive popularity in both military and commercial circles for more than a century.
The .30 Carbine: History & Performance
Designed at the opening of World War II as a cartridge based off the .32 WSL, the .30 Carbine cartridge became synonymous with the light rifle it was developed for: the M1 carbine.
The .270 Winchester Short Magnum: History & Performance
Based off the earlier magnum cartridges like the .375 H&H Mag., Winchester developed a shortened magnum load for short-action rifles and introduced it in 2001 as the .270 Winchester Short Magnum (WSM).
The .38-40 Winchester Center Fire: History & Performance
Developed from the larger .44-40 Winchester Center Fire, the .38-40 WCF was introduced in the late 19th century as a lighter-recoiling alternative for lever-action rifles and revolvers.
Marlin Model 97 Restoration: Bringing A Lever Action Back To Life
Even when rusted and worn, old rifles can be brought back to their former glory with a little knowledge and work. Follow Dave Campbell as he recounts his restoration of a Marlin Model 1897.
The .357 Magnum: History & Performance
Created by Smith & Wesson during the Great Depression, in the past eight decades, the .357 Mag. cartridge has seen no shortage in popularity nor the amount of models chambered for it.
The .38 Smith & Wesson: History And Performance
Introduced in 1877, the .38 Smith & Wesson proved to be a popular revolver cartridge at the end of the 19th century, and was extensively used by the British well into the 20th century.
The Smith & Wesson .500 Magnum: History And Performance
First released in 2003, The Smith & Wesson .500 Magnum is one of the most powerful cartridges developed for a revolver built on the company's X-frame.