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The 10mm Auto cartridge is one of those rounds that has a cult following. And although theA Top Ten 10mm: Les Baer Premier II 10mm

A Top Ten 10mm: Les Baer Premier II 10mm

The 10mm Auto cartridge is one of those rounds that has a cult following. And although the

Joel J Hutchcroft

Weatherby's new magnum is the biggest, fastest 6.5mm cartridge in the world. You could call it aThe 6.5-300 Weatherby Magnum

The 6.5-300 Weatherby Magnum

Weatherby's new magnum is the biggest, fastest 6.5mm cartridge in the world. You could call it

Joseph von Benedikt



Springfield Armory's first-ever AR, called the SAINT, is a direct-impingement AR with upper andSpringfield Armory AR SAINT

Springfield Armory AR SAINT

Springfield Armory's first-ever AR, called the SAINT, is a direct-impingement AR with upper

Steve Gash

I became interested in dangerous-game bullet technology more than 35 years ago when a majorDangerous Game Bullets

Dangerous Game Bullets

I became interested in dangerous-game bullet technology more than 35 years ago when a major

Allan Jones

.410 Bore

Like most youngsters growing up during what I fondly describe as the era of innocence,Choosing the Right Shotgun Gauge

Choosing the Right Shotgun Gauge

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

Layne Simpson

Long-range shooting is one of the biggest trends on today's shooting scene, big enough that it's driving purpose-designed new rifles and riflescope models.Common Ballistic Terms You Need to Know

Common Ballistic Terms You Need to Know

Long-range shooting is one of the biggest trends on today's shooting scene, big enough that

Joseph von Benedikt

Shooting the new-for-2015 .28 Nosler took me back to a hunt for black bear on Vancouver Island inReviewing the .28 Nosler

Reviewing the .28 Nosler

Shooting the new-for-2015 .28 Nosler took me back to a hunt for black bear on Vancouver Island

Layne Simpson

Regular readers of Shooting Times know that I often get questions from fellow readers. One that IAccurizing the Model 1911

Accurizing the Model 1911

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

Reid Coffield



If you're wondering what on earth to buy for the avid shooter on your Christmas list, look noShooting Times 2016 Holiday Gift Guide

Shooting Times 2016 Holiday Gift Guide

If you're wondering what on earth to buy for the avid shooter on your Christmas list, look no

Joel J Hutchcroft

In January 1959, Remington introduced a revolutionary new concept in firearms—a .22 rimfire autoloading rifle with a one-piece, integral stock and receiver made of DuPont structural Zytel nylon.Remington Timeline: 1959 - Nylon 66 Autoloading Rifle

Remington Timeline: 1959 - Nylon 66 Autoloading Rifle

In January 1959, Remington introduced a revolutionary new concept in firearms—a .22 rimfire

Shooting Times Online Editors



In the modern comforts of today's world, it can be hard to imagine what life was like in daysReliving the Past with Pedersoli Flintlocks

Reliving the Past with Pedersoli Flintlocks

In the modern comforts of today's world, it can be hard to imagine what life was like in days

Evan Brune

By the 1980s, Remington had become increasingly aware of the need for a 12-gauge autoloading shotgun that could handle both 2 3/4- and three-inch shells interchangeably.Remington Timeline: 1987 - Remington Model 11-87 Autoloading Shotguns

Remington Timeline: 1987 - Remington Model 11-87 Autoloading Shotguns

By the 1980s, Remington had become increasingly aware of the need for a 12-gauge autoloading

Shooting Times Online Editors

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