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Reforming .204 Ruger Cases Into .222 Remington Magnum

Lane Pearce - December 13, 2018

Reforming .204 Ruger cases into .222 Remington Magnum forced the author to relearn a valuable lesson.

The Technical Pedigree of the Short Fat Magnums

Allan Jones - December 12, 2018

New rifle cartridges are introduced just about every year. Some struggle to find acceptance, and others rocket to the top of the charts. The short fat magnums, especially the Winchester Short Magnums, were rockets.

12 Ways To Hide Your Personal-Defense Firearms

Layne Simpson - March 14, 2018

Here are a dozen ways to keep your personal-defense firearms out of sight, but close at hand.

Why The Weaver Stance Should Not Be Discredited

Shooting Times Online Editors - February 27, 2018

The Leatherslap competition led Jack Weaver to develop his namesake stance. Prior to that, there was a lot more missing than hitting at Leatherslap.

Get The Right Gun

G&A Staff - February 01, 2018

Learning to shoot correctly and proficiently in order to defend yourself requires finding the right gun for you.

Choosing the Right Shotgun Gauge

Layne Simpson - January 27, 2017

.410 Bore Like most youngsters growing up during what I fondly describe as the era of innocence,

Accurizing the Model 1911

Reid Coffield - November 30, 2016

Regular readers of Shooting Times know that I often get questions from fellow readers. One that I

Can You Shoot an Unarmed Attacker?

David Kenik - July 08, 2015

The author, David Kenik, is not an attorney and this article is not legal advice. The following is

Pistol Recoil Reduction: Ports vs. Compensator

Brad Miller, Ph.D. - May 26, 2015

A breakdown on how to reduce pistol recoil with ports and compensators, but which is best?

Installing Aftermarket Barrels in Glock Compensated Pistols

Brad Miller, Ph.D. - May 13, 2015

Aftermarket barrels are quite the rage for some guns. A new barrel can transform your pistol into

Super Powered: Battery Basics for Firearm Accessories

Brad Fitzpatrick - April 14, 2015

It's hard for me to wag my finger at other shooters for not having a basic understanding of the

10 Great Vehicle Transportation Options for Firearms

Brad Fitzpatrick - December 09, 2014

It is vital to transport your firearms in a manner that keeps the guns secured and out of the hands of criminals.

How to Prevent Shotgun Choke Malfunctions

Reid Coffield - July 25, 2014

Just as rifle and handgun shooters often tune their firearms to achieve the best possible

Gentleman's Guide to Old-School Gun Range Etiquette

Joseph von Benedikt - March 19, 2013

When's the last time you went to a public range and had a horrible day - 'not because of your guns?

Africa's Disasters: How to Avoid Hunting Tragedies

Greg Rodriguez - December 05, 2012

This safari season has been a bad one for professional hunters. As I write this, I know of three

10 Things You Should Never Say to a Big Game Guide

Aram Barsch Von Benedikt - February 08, 2012

During a decade or more of guiding hunters in the back country, one hears things from hunters that

Clint Eastwood: "Get Off My Lawn"

Joseph von Benedikt - February 06, 2012

Though we can't validate the following Clint Eastwood story, we hope every word of it is

Best for Hunting: Muzzleloader vs Slug Gun

G&A Staff - August 24, 2011

Dick Metcalf and Wayne Van Zwoll discuss which is best for hunting, a slug gun or a modern

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