• Speer Gold Dot Carry Gun

Speer Gold Dot CarryGun

Founded in 1943, Vernon Speer provided rifle bullets, and later, handgun bullets to reloaders from his small ammunition company. In the 1960s he began loading those bullets for what would become the famous Speer Lawman [...]

Norma MHP Ammunition – Most Expandable?

The folks at Norma have been busy in the secret ammo lab. I’ve always admired their rifle and rimfire offerings, but haven’t followed developments in the handgun area as closely. A new for 2020 self-defense [...]

  • Federal Practice and Defend ammunition

Practice & Defend With Federal

As a cast-bullet shooter for more than 30 years, I’ve found myself shooting nothing but powder coated loads in recent years. A baked-on polymer coating, powder coating acts as lubricant for the projectile, allowing softer [...]

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  • Ruger Security 9

Ruger Security-9: Defensive 9mm Firepower

The Ruger Security-9 is arguably the best value in a domestically produced defensive handgun today. This new Ruger pistol sports plenty of whiz-bang features along with a price that will just drop your jaw. The [...]

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Remington R2Mi .50 BMG

By its own admission, Remington says its new R2Mi .50 BMG bolt-action rifle “is built to shatter all previous expectations for long-range accuracy.” It’s quite a claim, but one look at the specs for the [...]

New American Defense Precision Rifle Chassis

As a longtime firearm and hunting writer, I’ve often stressed the importance of range time as a necessity to make accurate shots on target. After all, there is nothing better than making a good shot [...]

Springfield Armory Saint Victor .308 Pistol

It’s no secret the world isn’t a very nice place right now. In fact, by the time these words hit subscriber mailboxes and the newsstand, things might even be worse — though I’m not exactly [...]

Triple Threat

LWRC’s REPR MKII Delivers Match-Grade Precision, Gas-Piston Reliability And 7.62 NATO Power. Mike Cumpston With Stan Jarosz Photos: Takashi Sato In early 2017, LWRC took their 7.62x51 Rapid Engagement Precision Rifle to the next level. [...]

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  • Shockwave

A 14″ 12 Gauge You Can Own?

The National Firearms Act (1934) restricts an individual’s ability to own full-auto firearms, and rifles and shotguns with short barrels. The law did allow for private ownership, but only after a fee had been paid to the government and the firearm registered. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms enforces this law along with all the other firearms laws and collects a $200 tax each time ownership is transferred.

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