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The Keefe Report: An Update on Remington

As Remington Outdoor unravels, more developments have emerged as brands and facilities get spread among buyers and management groups.

Latest Loads: .308 Win.

The adage “jack of all trades” could be adapted to “jack of all (non-dangerous) hunts” with this utilitarian, .308 Win. big-game load. Containing Barnes Bullets’ 165-gr. Triple-Shock X Bullet (TSX)

Barnes Bullets Expands Precision Match Line

Barnes Bullets Precision Match ammunition is now available in 6 mm Creedmoor, 6.5 Creedmoor and .260 Rem.

Getting to the Bottom of Grooved Bullets

The grooves cut around the shank of many of today’s bullets solve the problems associated with single-metal bullets constructed entirely of copper, gilding metal or brass and some bullets with a lead core bonded to a copper-alloy jacket and solid shank.

Barnes Bullets Product Safety Recall on Certain VOR-TX Ammo

Barnes Bullets has determined that 18 Lots of its Barnes Bullets, LLC 300 Weatherby 180 gr. TTSX VOR-TX ammunition packaged product may contain cartridges of a different caliber.

Latest Loads: Barnes 52-gr. Match Burner

Barnes Bullets is best known for its leadless projectiles, such as the famous X-series; however, the company also manufactures top-notch lead-core bullets—the Match Burner bullets are one example.

Finding the Forgotten .41 Rem. Mag. Cartridge

This half-century old revolver cartridge may be flying under the mainstream's radar but it's still alive and well.

Barnes RangeAR Ammunition

Barnes Bullets, already no stranger to alternative-material projectiles, has announced a new line of lead-free ammunition designed specifically to function through the AR-15 platform.

Barnes X Bullet: 25 Years of Premium Performance

An exclusive look at how the revolutionary solid-copper bullet, now 25 years old, recalculated the math on terminal ballistics and set a new standard for performance on big game.

Saluting 25 Years of Big-Game Success-the Barnes X-Bullet

We sat hooked up with X-Bullet originator Randy Brooks to learn more about the all-copper projectile that caused hunters to rethink their shooting gear and which now has applications in tactical and self-defense ammunition.

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