Hornady Subsonic

2022 Ammunition Product Of The Year: Hornady Subsonic

American Rifleman is pleased to announce the 2022 Ammunition Product Of The Year Award goes to Hornady.

Rifleman Q&A: Ruger Mark II Cartridge Conversion

I own a Ruger Mark II semi-auto with a 51⁄2" bull barrel. I would like to convert it to the new .17 Mach 2 caliber. I have looked for gunsmiths on the internet, but have had very little luck. Can you help?

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.

Editor’s Choice: Hornady CX

Hornady as introduced the new CX line of rifle bullets as an update to its previous GMX offerings. Featuring a monolithic copper design, they do not separate or break apart upon impact.

Dedication To Safety Shows At Hornady

Hornady has earned another “Nebraska’s Safest Company” award from the Nebraska Chapter of the National Safety Council. It’s the second year in a row the company has been recognized for its dedication to the safety and health of its staff when they are on the job.

Handloads: An Easy-Recoiling 8 mm Mauser

Most Americans identify it simply as the 8 mm Mauser, but it has also been referred to as 7.92x57 mm Mauser, 8x57 mm Mauser, 8x57 mm JS and 8x57 mm S.

Hornady's Zombies In The Heartland 3-Gun Match Returns

Zombies are preparing to invade Nebraska once again for the Zombies in the Heartland 3-Gun Match on June 2 to 5, at the Heartland Public Shooting Park in Grand Island, NE. Match registration has already opened and the few slots available are filling up fast.

ARTV Preview: Hornady CX Bullet, Smith & Wesson M&P12 and Cane Air Guns

This week on American Rifleman Television, we tour the factory of Hornady Ammunition, test the Smith & Wesson M&P12 bullpup shotgun and examine the history of cane air guns.

20 Years With The .17 Hornady Magnum Rimfire

It was a pipsqueak when introduced in 2002, but Hornady’s inventive .17-cal. rimfire quickly grew in stature in the hearts of varmint hunters, plinkers and target shooters alike. Now, two decades on, the .17 HMR stands among the all-time giants of the rimfire realm.

Handloads: The Versatile .223 Remington

By utilizing Hornady's projectiles and Hodgdon powder, this recipe for the .223 Rem. proves its versatility and effectiveness by producing great groups on target through multiple firearms showing it to be a stable choice for the varmint fields.

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