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 Inaugural Winchester Ladies Cup Championship
As part of an effort to bolster female participation in sporting-clays competition, the inaugural Winchester Ladies Cup Championship got underway during the 2021 National Sporting Clays Association Championship Tour.
Winchester Expands USA Valor Line
Winchester has expanded its patriotic-themed, limited-edition USA Valor line of ammunition that honors America’s warfighters and first responders.
Review: IWI Tavor 7
The Tavor 7 not only adds a harder-hitting, .30-cal. chambering to IWI’s bullpup lineup, it builds on the experience gained with the original Tavor rifles, resulting in a highly refined and original design in its own right.
Winchester Ammo Commits $125,000 For Folds Of Honor Scholarships
Winchester Ammunition announced a $125,000 pledge for the Folds of Honor Foundation, which provides educational scholarships to the spouses and children of fallen or disabled service members of the U.S. armed forces.
Winchester’s Shoot United Initiative Holding Second Event This Weekend
More than 60 million people participate in the shooting sports each year, making it one of the most popular recreation activities in the country. Shoot United is an initiative designed to promote all that’s wholesome and healthful about the shooting sports and responsible firearm ownership.
Editor's Choice: Winchester Copper Impact
Winchester Ammunition had previously offered its Copper Impact loads as a subset of the Deer Season XP series, but the manufacturer recently separated the two product lines while also introducing numerous new chamberings to the Copper Impact family.
Review: Magnum Research BFR 350 Legend
The single-action revolver may seem like a fixture from our shooting history’s past. Some may think of it as a 19th-century relic that’s kept in production only by nostalgia and enthusiasts who enjoy the Single Action Shooting Society’s weekend competitions.
7.62 NATO And .308 Win.: History & Performance
Developed after the end of World War II off of the .30-'06 Sprg. cartridge, the 7.62x51 mm NATO and .308 Win. have and continue to dominate the centerfire rifle cartridge markets.
Winchester Awarded $20 Million Army Contract for 6.8 mm Ammunition
Winchester, the largest manufactures of small-caliber ammunition for the U.S. military, has been awarded with a contract from the United States Army to develop and plan production for new 6.8 mm cartridges.