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That Elusive and Maddening Quality Called Accuracy

by G&A Staff 0

Everyone has his own definition of accuracy, but what shoots well in one rifle may or may not shoot well in another.

To the delight of .35 Whelen fans, major cartridge companies offer factory-loaded ammunition, including Barnes, Hornady, Nosler, Remington, and Federal.

The .35 Whelen: A Practical Powerhouse

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

The .35 Whelen is considered by some to be a far more useful sporting cartridge than the .308 Winchester or the .30-06.

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Creedmoors Compared

by Layne Simpson 0

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.

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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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Common Ballistic Terms You Need to Know

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Long-range shooting is one of the biggest trends on today’s shooting scene, big enough that it’s driving purpose-designed new rifles… more »

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Reloading the .300 Savage

by Lane Pearce 0

The .300 Savage is an old but very capable cartridge. And the vintage rifles I used for developing my hand-loads… more »

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Review: RIA .22 TCM Conversion Kits

by Brad Miller, Ph.D. 0

Rock Island Armory (Armscor) now has caliber conversion kits for 1911-type and Glock (Generation 1-3) pistols to shoot the ultra… more »

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Paradigm Shift: PolyCase ARX Ammo

by Lane Pearce 12

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

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Compensated .45 vs. Compensated .38

by Brad Miller, Ph.D. 4

The .45 ACP is much-maligned when it comes to talk about putting a compensator on one. “It doesn’t produce enough… more »

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Recoil Reduction: Ports vs. Compensator

by Brad Miller, Ph.D. 1

Reducing recoil is always welcome. Shooting is fun, but recoil’s whack can be unpleasant. Many of us would be happy… more »

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