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An Ode to the .223 Remington

An Ode to the .223 Remington

It's time to sing a few more praises for .223 Remington, undoubtedly one of our...
Hornady Adds 6mm Creedmoor to Precision Hunter Line

Hornady Adds 6mm Creedmoor to Precision Hunter Line

Hornady's Precision Hunter line was already due to expand in 2017, with the addition of...
Behind the Bullet: 6.5-284 Norma

Behind the Bullet: 6.5-284 Norma

As a hunting cartridge, the 6.5-284 Norma has been touted as one of the best...
Hornady Enhances 4DOF Ballistic Calculator

Hornady Enhances 4DOF Ballistic Calculator

Hornady has enhanced the capabilities of its 4 Degree of Freedom Ballistic Calculator, which was...
Make Sense of Ballistic Coefficient

Make Sense of Ballistic Coefficient

Richard Mann offers a crash course on understanding ballistic coefficient.
Federal Premium Launches Edge TLR

Federal Premium Launches Edge TLR

Federal continues its advancements in bullet and ammunition technology with the release of the Edge...
Review: Kimber Montana Bolt-Action Rifle

Review: Kimber Montana Bolt-Action Rifle

A diehard predator hunter takes a comprehensive look at Kimber's Montana rifle.
5 Rifle Cartridges That Are Here To Stay

5 Rifle Cartridges That Are Here To Stay

New hunting rounds come and go, but some manage to stand the test of time....
Hardware: .30 Nosler

Hardware: .30 Nosler

Nosler didn’t build its latest cartridge for jump-shooting whitetails in the woods. Pushing a 180-grain...
.35 Whelen: The Colonel’s Cartridge

.35 Whelen: The Colonel’s Cartridge

Cartridges that start with “.35” have never really caught on in America, but one stamped...
Hornady Announces Patent Pending 4DOF Ballistic Calculator

Hornady Announces Patent Pending 4DOF Ballistic Calculator

Hornady has announced the launch of its new, patent pending Hornady 4DOF (Four Degrees of...
Top 5 Monometal Soft-Point Bullets

Top 5 Monometal Soft-Point Bullets

The idea of a bullet lacking lead core is a relatively new one, yet it’s...
Hardware: Hornady Precision Hunter

Hardware: Hornady Precision Hunter

Ammunition companies have been trying for decades to build a better bullet, especially the tipped...
Review: Hornady Precision Hunter Ammunition

Review: Hornady Precision Hunter Ammunition

Is Hornady's Precision Hunter line the ultimate long-range rifle load for hunters?
5 Reasons Round Nose Bullets Are Still Cool

5 Reasons Round Nose Bullets Are Still Cool

In this age of ballistic superiority, where our projectiles more closely resemble the Apollo-era spacecraft,...
Review: Ruger Hawkeye Predator FTW

Review: Ruger Hawkeye Predator FTW

As home to the nation’s most prominent hunter training school, the SAAM Precision course, the...
Hardware: Nosler BT Ammunition

Hardware: Nosler BT Ammunition

Currently Nosler offers BT loads for a handful of popular hunting cartridges from .243 Win....
Hardware: Nikon Monarch 5 ED

Hardware: Nikon Monarch 5 ED

Among all the world’s riflescope manufacturers, Nikon has arguably done the best job of making...
Bullet Bio: Hornady ELD-X

Bullet Bio: Hornady ELD-X

Hornady’s ELD-X is the most significant advancement in bullet technology since bonding.
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