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How Accurate is 9mm Luger Match Ammo?

by Brad Miller, Ph.D. 0

Some 9mm Luger ammunition is especially accurate and is marketed as “match” ammo. To see how accurate it really is,… more »

The 6.5 Creedmoor has made quite a name for itself in long-range
precision shooting, but the newer 6mm Creedmoor is giving it a real run for its money.

Exclusive Shootout: 6mm Creedmoor vs. the 6.5

by Layne Simpson 0

When Hornady introduced the 6.5 Creedmoor about 10 years ago, competitive shooters took note of the fact that it duplicated… more »

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Best Centerfire Handgun Ammo for Small Game

by Allan Jones 0

I receive a lot of questions about small-game hunting with firearms other than the rimfire or shotgun options. Some big-game… more »

The author’s experience firing loads from Aeris, GBW and Moylan in his guns has been very good with accuracy rivaling many major brands. | Photo by Michael Anschuetz

Three new ammo companies are competing with the best

by Joel J Hutchcroft 0

I’m sure most of our sharp-eyed readers have noticed that Shooting Times has been including ammunition from three new ammomakers… more »

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Shooting Times Picks The Best New Ammo For 2017

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Shooters will be pleased with the wide range of new ammo offerings for 2017. From a screaming new Copper-22 Rimfire… more »

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Breakthrough! Fastest .22 Cartridge Ever for the AR-15

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Nosler has introduced the all-new .22 Nosler cartridge and its shaping up to be the fastest .22 ever for the… more »

Military surplus ammo can be salvaged, but it’s a time-consuming job. It involves pulling the bullets, seeing if the original primers are still viable, neck-sizing the cases, recharging with powder, and seating the new bullets.

How to Salvage Military Surplus Ammo

by Lane Pearce 0

In a recent e-mail, reader Dan Peterson asked what he should do with the 800+ rounds of IMI 5.56mm M193… more »

The .300 H&H Magnum cartridge was introduced in 1925 and was first loaded with cordite. Today, modern smokeless powders are used, and the round typically generates 3,000 fps with 180-grain bullets out of a 24-inch-long barrel.

.300 H&H: The First .30-Caliber Magnum

by Layne Simpson 0

The .300 H&H Magnum, sometimes referred to as Holland’s Super .30, was introduced in 1925 by the British firm Holland… more »

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The 6.5-300 Weatherby Magnum

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Weatherby’s new magnum is the biggest, fastest 6.5mm cartridge in the world. You could call it a “Formula One” cartridge…. more »

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Dangerous Game Bullets

by Allan Jones 0

I became interested in dangerous-game bullet technology more than 35 years ago when a major magazine ran an article with pictures… more »

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