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SIG SAUER’s pistol ammunition is offered in chamberings ranging from .380 ACP to .45 ACP and is loaded with either the company’s proprietary V-Crown JHP or brass-jacketed FMJ bullets.

SIG Sauer’s Elite Performance Ammunition – The Complete Story

by Joel J Hutchcroft 0

SIG Sauer has been making top-quality ammunition for just four years, and now it has a new state-of-the-art munitions plant.

NovX 9mm P+ Ammunition

NovX 9mm +P Ammo

by Lane Pearce 0

NovX 9mm is simply the lightest, strongest, and fastest ammunition you can safely fire in your favorite 9mm pistol.

The various .416-bore cartridges offer an ideal balance of performance on dangerous game.

Best-In-Class .416 Dangerous-Game Cartridges

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

The various .416-bore cartridges offer an ideal balance of performance on dangerous game.

Handloaders of the .303 British (left) can use lightweight bullets designed for the 7.62x39mm (right) for reduced-recoil plinking or varminting.

The .303 British

by Allan Jones 0

This rimmed battle round started as a blackpowder cartridge in the late 19th century and served the British Empire for nearly seven decades.


SIG SAUER Launches Components Line for Precision Handloaders

by Shooting Times Online Editors 0

SIG SAUER, Inc. is manufacturing premium pistol & rifle ammunition components for precision handloaders at its ammunition facility in Jacksonville, Ark.


Browning Ammunition BXD Waterfowl Adds New Shot Size

by Shooting Times Online Editors 0

Browning BXD Waterfowl expands its versatility for waterfowlers by adding a 12 and 20 gauge, 3-inch No. 3 shotshell.

The rather complex Berdan priming system (left) used a simple cup containing an explosive mix that was seated in a cartridge case having a complementing pocket configuration. The bottom of the pocket was formed with a round teat in the center and two small flash holes. The Boxer primer (right) contains the explosive mix and an integral metal anvil, and the case’s primer pocket is a much simpler cylindrical cavity with a single, larger-diameter flash hole in the center.

The Difference Between Boxer and Berdan Primers

by Lane Pearce 0

Shooting Times editor Lane Pearce answers a reader’s question about the difference between Boxer and Berdan primers and why they were created.


Aguila .22 Long Rifle – Accuracy & Velocity

by Jake Edmondson 0

Edmondson tests the accuracy and velocity of four Aguila .22 LR loadings.

Plenty of components for making good .38 Special ammunition for snubnose revolvers are available, but the handloader needs to be mindful of certain concerns when assembling the ammo.

Handloading the .38 Special for Snubnose Revolvers

by Lane Pearce 0

When handloading a snubnose revolver, the proper powder-and-bullet recipe is critical because you are trying to balance two opposing performance criteria.


Alliant Powder Releases Improved Red Dot

by Shooting Times Online Editors 0

Alliant Powder, a manufacturer of smokeless propellant, offers clay target shooters a consistent, clean-burning option with the release of improved Red Dot.

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