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America’s All-Around Cartridges

The game could be whitetails in the East, elk in the West, or anything from duiker to eland in Africa; these five cartridges have been there and done that.

Trophy Bonded Bear Claw Family

Traditional bullets made for deer hunting don’t always cut it when shooting bigger game.

“Enough Gun” Elk Cartridges

Bryce Towsely explores elk cartridges that are going to give you an edge in elk hunting. This—you can be sure—is not an article about “adequate” elk cartridges.

Norma-USA Ammunition

Newly formed Norma-USA is bringing top-shelf performance to American hunters at a very competitive price.

Was the .44 Mag. EVER the “Most Powerful Handgun?"

In the 1971 Clint Eastwood movie “Dirty Harry,” the San Francisco detective spoke one of the most memorable lines in cinematic history.

Rimfire Revolution: .17 Win. Super Mag. Ammo

Shooters are drawn to rimfire cartridges primarily due to the per-shot costs being significantly less than those of comparable center-rifle rifle cartridges. However, their downfall is lackluster terminal ballistics—that is, until now. Winchester’s new economical .17 Winchester Super Magnum (WSM) cartridge defies convention, and in doing so handily becomes the highest-performance rimfire extant.

Federal Premium Vital-Shok

Handgun hunters looking for a bullet capable of deep penetration and effective expansion have a new option in Federal Premium's Vital-Shok.

Burris Eliminator III

The rangefinding scope's improved ballistic program and 96 LED dots support a maximum range of 1,200 yards.

Memorable Misses

Every hunter blows an occasional shot on game. It’s the unexplained misses that keep us up at night.

First Look: .17 Winchester Super Magnum

There is no doubt that the .17 WSM elevates rimfire ballistics to a new level. But will enough gun companies jump on board to produce rifles in this caliber?

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