Rifles and carbines chambered for revolver cartridges are great for hunting, cowboy action competition, and home defense.
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The introduction of the .416 Remington Magnum in 1988 renewed American interest in dangerous-game cartridges. It was truly a game-changer.
This wallet-friendly 12-gauge pump gun will get the job done effectively without costing an arm and a leg.
Offering modular gun safes that you assemble yourself, SnapSafe has taken a unique approach to firearms storage and security.
The .35 Whelen is considered by some to be a far more useful sporting cartridge than the .308 Winchester or the .30-06.
The new .33 Nosler is designed to equal or surpass other cartridges in its caliber class.
Ruger’s popular American rifle is now available in a predator version chambered for seven cartridges, including the new 6mm creedmoor.
Using Ramshot Enforcer and 230-grain bullets, .45 ACP muzzle velocities over 1,000 FPS at safe, standard-level pressures are possible.
The SIG We The People 1911 .45 ACP has unique features, such as star-studded grips, that make it a fitting tribute to the most storied handgun in history.
Magnum Research is famous for its large and powerful single-action revolver: the Big Frame Revolver, or BFR, also known as the Biggest Finest Revolver.
The ideal big-game rifle combines a number of virtues.
Browning’s BPS turns 40, and the bottom feeding and ejecting shotgun has been a standout in the crowded pump shotgun market for decades.
Reducing the power of .44 Magnum handloads can be easily and safely accomplished, but some attention needs to be paid to certain aspects.
A look at Kahr’s 2017 CM9 and CW9 designs, and how the new nines operate and perform.
The 6.5 Creedmoor has made quite a name for itself, but the newer 6mm Creedmoor is giving it a real run for the money.
Static electricity in a reloading setting can be of concern. Here’s how to deal with it.
This authentic Model 1860 Army is a beautiful, functional example of the most popular cap-and-ball revolver in history.
Necking down rifle brass is not always simple and trouble-free.