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An Ode to the .30-06 Springfield

What is it about the Cartridge, Caliber .30, Ball, M2 of the Second World War...

10 Things You Didn't Know About Hornady

It was in the aftermath of World War II that Joyce Hornady sought to produce...

5 Reasons Round Nose Bullets Are Still Cool

In this age of ballistic superiority, where our projectiles more closely resemble the Apollo-era spacecraft,...

Winchester Ammo to Offer Custom Built Cartridge-Firearm Boards to Celebrate 150th Anniversary

As we've mentioned a few times before, 2016 marks the 150th Anniversary for the cumulative...

10 Things You Didn't Know About Winchester Ammo

To celebrate Winchester's 150th anniversary, we've assembled 10 facts about the company's long history that...

Why .30-30 Winchester Will Never Die

In this modern era of hunting rifles and cartridges, common sense would indicate that a...

AmericanHunter.org's Top 10 Stories of 2015

2015 has come and gone, but the Internet lives on. Here are the stories that...

Light Is Right

Here’s why lightweight, fast-moving steel waterfowl loads are preferable to heavier, slow-advancing ones.

Rules of the Range

Even with a super-accurate Beanfield Rifle from the legendary Kenny Jarrett, you have to do...

Federal Premium Names Honorary Company Historian

Federal Premium has been helping to revolutionize the ammunition industry since 1922—and no one man,...

10 Things You Didn't Know About Weatherby

Founded in a family garage as the country was recovering from World War II, Weatherby...

A History of Weatherby: ‘Tomorrow’s Rifles Today’

Roy Weatherby’s pursuit of hyper-velocity in elegant rifles sealed his slogan. Weatherby rifles shot flat...

Special-Order Savage

The Savage Arms Special Order Department may be the best-kept secret in the firearms industry—especially...

10 Things You Didn't Know About Federal Premium

When you've got nearly a century under your belt, some interesting factoids tend to slip...

A Buck For A Century

Almost lost after the shot, this giant buck would later vanish for decades–and reappear atop...

Hardware: .26 Nosler

The .26 Nosler could well be the 6.5mm that finally makes the caliber widely popular...

The .22 Long Rifle

For some two or three years finding .22 Long Rifle (LR) ammunition has been quite...

The Singles Scene

Straight from the Swinging ’60s came two pistols that gave rise to the modern single-shot...

Crimps Are a Pain

Dave Campbell's not sure who declared that crimping primers in place is necessary, but he's...
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