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Great Rimfire Pistols for Hunting and Plinking

by Joseph von Benedikt

When the leaves are turning and frost is in the air, squirrel stew beckons. That’s the time to dig out… more »


New RCBS Products for 2016

by Shooting Times Online Editors

Pro Chucker Tube Case Feeder The Pro Chucker Tube Case Feeder installs on the RCBS Pro Chucker 5 or Pro… more »


First Look: Alliant Powders for 2016

by Shooting Times Online Editors

Reloder 16 Repeatable long-range accuracy demands propellant that behaves consistently across temperature extremes. New Alliant Powder Reloder 16, like Reloder 23 and… more »


First Look: BOR Lock MZ Lead Bullet

by Shooting Times Online Editors

Muzzleloading rifles have arguably changed more in the past 20 years than bolt-action centerfires have in the past 100. Every… more »


First Look: Federal’s 20-Gauge 3rd Degree Turkey Load

by Shooting Times Online Editors

With its new 3-inch, 20-gauge Federal 3rd Degree turkey load, Federal Premium offers 20-gauge hunters a load optimally suited for engaging… more »


Rock River Arms 1911 Carry Review

by Jake Edmondson

Rock River Arms began building AR-15 rifles and Model 1911s in about 1996 and eventually offered a bunch of different configurations…. more »

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The Ruger 10/22: Then & Now

by Bart Skelton

The year 1964 brought us the Ford Mustang, Buffalo wings, the Moog synthesizer, and liquid crystal display (LCD) as well… more »


Franklin Armory F17 AR in .17 WSM

by Layne Simpson

When adding the .17 Winchester Super Magnum chambering to its AR-15 style rifle during early 2014, Franklin Armory became the first… more »


Ruger Bearcat with Adjustable Sights

by Joseph von Benedikt

    Ruger’s little Bearcat has always been my favorite .22 rimfire trail gun. Sized to fit a tackle box or… more »


Paradigm Shift: PolyCase ARX Ammo

by Lane Pearce

Advanced Rotation eXtreme: That’s what PolyCase ARX stands for. These innovative bullets have less carry weight, higher velocity, flatter trajectory, less… more »


History of the Ruger Mini-14

by Vincent Buckles

Leroy James “Jim” Sullivan and William Batternman “Bill” Ruger are names that may not have quite the same household recognition… more »


Shooting Times 2015 Holiday Gift Guide

by Shooting Times Online Editors

Every year, we at Shooting Times look forward to stuffing our stockings and giving gifts with some of the greatest guns… more »


Money-Saving Reloading Tips

by Brad Miller, Ph.D.

Shooting is fun, whether it’s for hunting, competition or simply plinking. It’s also expensive. Ammo costs money. Sometimes a lot… more »


A Metric Marvel: 6.5×55 Swedish Mauser

by Steve Gash

Not many metric cartridges have achieved great popularity in the United States, despite the ballistic virtues of many of them. The… more »


Five Great New Reloading Tools

by Brad Miller, Ph.D.

Loading your own ammunition is rewarding at many levels. It can even be therapeutic. But it takes time and effort,… more »


Handloading 960 Rowland

by Brad Miller, Ph.D.

Johnny Rowland introduced a new pistol cartridge in 2014, the 960 Rowland. It is a high-powered 9mm caliber cartridge and… more »


POF USA Goes ‘Olde School’

by Joseph von Benedikt

Patriot Ordnance Factory (POF USA) is best known for its outstanding piston-driven AR-type rifles, but Olde School, the company’s new model,… more »


Reloading Tips: The Plunk Test

by Brad Miller, Ph.D.

The plunk test. It’s a funny name, but it’s very important to use when you’re reloading. The plunk test determines… more »

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Converting a 1911 to 7.62×25 Tokarev

by Brad Miller, Ph.D.

The 7.62×25 Tokarev is a potent pistol cartridge. It originated in Russia in 1930 as an “improved” version of the… more »


Super Powders for the .38 Super

by Brad Miller, Ph.D.

If you shoot a .38 Super, you might lament its loss of performance over the years. Back in the old… more »