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Ruger's introduction of its first AR-15 variant about a year ago--the piston-driven SR-556--was cause for an awful lot of excitement on the firearms-related Internet forums I frequent. Rifles

Ruger SR-556

Greg Rodriguez - January 04, 2011

Ruger's introduction of its first AR-15 variant about a year ago--the piston-driven...

How the incredible cartridge case is made is quite a story. Ammo

Making Brass

January 04, 2011

How the incredible cartridge case is made is quite a story.

Because of the recent scarcity of just about all factory-loaded ammunition, especially the .380 ACP... Ammo

.380 ACP The Easy Way

Lane Pearce - January 04, 2011

Because of the recent scarcity of just about all factory-loaded ammunition, especially the...

Improve accuracy without wasting time. Ammo

Practical Precision Reloading

Bob Milek - January 04, 2011

Improve accuracy without wasting time.

              By Lane  Pearce    Making 7.65 Mauser cases out of .30-06 brass requires a bit of Ammo

Nothing's More Rewarding than Handloading

Lane Pearce - January 04, 2011

By Lane Pearce Making 7.65 Mauser cases out of .30-06 brass requires a bit of

Any cartridge that is nearly 140 years old and still popular gets my attention and my respect. Ammo

Ballistician's Notebook: The .45-70 Government

Allan Jones - January 04, 2011

Any cartridge that is nearly 140 years old and still popular gets my attention and my respect.

I want to build a bolt action in .25 caliber to hunt antelope and other similar size game and be capable of shooting out to 400 or 500 yards. Ammo

Ask the Experts November 2010

January 04, 2011

I want to build a bolt action in .25 caliber to hunt antelope and other similar size game and...

The .30-40 Krag (a.k.a. 30 Army) was adopted by the U.S. military in 1892. It was the first small-bore military cartridge adopted by the U.S. military. Ammo

Favorite Loads: Hot Off The Press .30-40 Krag

Lane Pearce - January 04, 2011

The .30-40 Krag (a.k.a. 30 Army) was adopted by the U.S. military in 1892. It was the first...

Pointed bullets, Mauser M2 pistol, split case necks and more! Ammo

Ask The Experts: Sept. 2010

January 04, 2011

Pointed bullets, Mauser M2 pistol, split case necks and more!

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