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Fast Loads For The .45 ACP

by Brad Miller, Ph.D.

Using Ramshot Enforcer and 230-grain bullets, .45 ACP muzzle velocities over 1,000 FPS at safe, standard-level pressures are possible.

The “We the People” 1911 was extremely comfortable to shoot and achieved excellent accuracy, averaging 2.19 inches for five-shot groups at 25 yards with five factory loads.

SIG We The People 1911 .45 ACP

by Joel J Hutchcroft

The SIG We The People 1911 .45 ACP has unique features, such as star-studded grips, that make it a fitting tribute to the most storied handgun in history.


Magnum Research BFR 2.0

by Brad Miller, Ph.D.

Magnum Research is famous for its large and powerful single-action revolver: the Big Frame Revolver, or BFR, also known as the Biggest Finest Revolver.


The Keys to a Good Hunting Rifle

by Shooting Times Online Editors

The ideal big-game rifle combines a number of virtues.


Browning’s BPS Turns 40

by Brad Fitzpatrick

Browning’s BPS turns 40, and the bottom feeding and ejecting shotgun has been a standout in the crowded pump shotgun market for decades.


The Rifle that Changed Rifles

by Shooting Times Online Editors

If you opened your 1984 edition of Gun Digest and instantly fell in love with the Steyr AUG, pictured there… more »


Loading Down the .44 Magnum Safely

by Lane Pearce

Reducing the power of .44 Magnum handloads can be easily and safely accomplished, but some attention needs to be paid to certain aspects.


Kahr’s New Nines

by Jake Edmondson

A look at Kahr’s 2017 CM9 and CW9 designs, and how the new nines operate and perform.


Creedmoors Compared

by Layne Simpson

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.


Static Electricity and the Reloader

by Allan Jones

Static electricity in a reloading setting can be of concern. Here’s how to deal with it.


Shooting The Colt’s Signature Series 1860 Army

by Joseph von Benedikt

This authentic Model 1860 Army is a beautiful, functional example of the most popular cap-and-ball revolver in history.


How To Make .243 From .308 Successfully

by Lane Pearce

Necking down rifle brass is not always simple and trouble-free.

The rifle also features a 16.25-inch custom barrel made by E.R. Shaw and a checkered walnut stock with recoil pad and sling-swivel studs.

Custom-Quality Rifles For Under $1,000 Right Now

by Joel J Hutchcroft

Thanks to E. R. Shaw Inc., you can have a quality bolt-action rifle made to your specifications for a very… more »

The .308 Winchester is a superb hunting cartridge with many bullet styles, like the Hornady SST, offered in factory ammo.

Why the .308 Winchester is The Perfect Deer Cartridge

by Allan Jones

Initially developed for military purposes, the .308 Winchester is one of our finest sporting cartridges. In 1952 Winchester had a… more »

The fit, finish, feel, accuracy, and ergonomics make the LS10 worth every penny.

New 10mm is The Ferrari of Auto Pistols

by Joseph von Benedikt

This new long-slide 10mm Model 1911 from Ed Brown may be the finest practical-size “Magnum” semiautomatic pistol ever made. The… more »


How Accurate is 9mm Luger Match Ammo?

by Brad Miller, Ph.D.

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

Marlin’s short-lived Model 62 Levermatic in .256 Winchester Magnum was a
fine small-game combination. Sadly, only about 8,000 were made in this caliber.

What’s happened to the classic small-game rifle?

by Shooting Times Online Editors

There was a time, in the dim, distant past, when American hunters had any number of small-game rifles to choose… more »

While it began as a cost-saving project, the Nylon 66 became Remington’s best-selling rimfire ever, with over a million units sold between
1959 and 1989, when it was discontinued.

Remington’s Classic Nylon 66

by Joseph von Benedikt

Remington’s nylon 66 .22 LR rifle was the result of a serious effort to reduce manufacturing costs. Shooters either loved… more »


9 Must-Have Gun Accessories for Doomsday Survival

by Andrew Smith

Irma replays, earthquake flurries, political unrest, and oh yes, zombies. These are perilous times. No longer are you the nutcase… 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

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