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Hornady Full Boar Ammo Review

by Steve Gash 0

Hog hunting has become so popular that specially designed firearms and ammunition tailored for it are popping up like weeds… more »


10 Most Common Reloading Mistakes

by Joseph von Benedikt 27

The old warning, “Don’t ever shoot ammo reloaded by anybody but yourself” has saved shooters a lot of grief over… more »


Power Factor & Recoil: Bullet Weight & Compensators

by Brad Miller, Ph.D. 2

Previous tests show that light bullets have more recoil and muzzle rise than heavy bullets when driven at the same… more »


Cartridge Debate: .375 Ruger vs. .375 H&H Magnum

by Layne Simpson 4

The .375 H&H Magnum has long been extremely popular among guides in Alaska, but on my last two hunts there—one… more »


Winchester Announces Win1911 Wooden Collector’s Box

by Shooting Times Online Editors 2

Winchester Ammunition is offering some extra grain — woodgrain, that is — with their 230-grain .45 Auto ammo. The company has announced it will release a special… more »


Power Factor & Recoil: Which Bullet Weight Gives You the Edge?

by Brad Miller, Ph.D. 1

Many organized shooting sports require ammunition to achieve a minimum power level to qualify and be scored in a specific… more »


Fact or Fiction: Steel vs. Lead Shot

by Drew Warden 2

Waterfowl hunters generally use a slightly wider choke to achieve similar pattern performance as lead shot. Is this truly sound… more »


Fact or Fiction: Small vs. Large Pistol Primers in .45 ACP

by Lane Pearce 4

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but several of the major ammunition companies are loading some of their .45 ACP… more »


A “Fast” Look at Hodgdon CFE Pistol Powder

by Brad Miller, Ph.D. 6

Hodgdon recently introduced a new gunpowder to pistol shooters known as CFE Pistol. This is a spherical powder that has… more »


How to Measure Relative Handgun Recoil

by Brad Miller, Ph.D. 3

Can a Ransom Rest be used to measure recoil? Analysis of 3,500 rounds of .38 Special, 9mm Luger, .38 Super,… more »

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