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Bullet Bio: Hornady ELD-X

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

Bullet Bio: Lapua Naturalis

Richard Mann takes a look at a bullet that's just as unusual as the 11-point...

Bullet Bio: Federal Fusion

Some argue that .223 Rem. is not adequate for deer. They say the bullet is...

Bullet Bio: Hornady FTX

Hornady's FTX bullets revolutionized ammunition offerings for lever-action rifles.

Bullet Bio: Nosler Ballistic Tip

Designed to be accurate, damage plenty of tissue and cost less than the popular Partition,...

Bullet Bio: Barnes Triple-Shock

The Barnes Triple-Shock is a very misunderstood bullet. Let Richard Mann explain in this latest...

Bullet Bio: Hornady InterLock

Hunting bullets don't hang around for 30 years if they don't work. Case in point:...

Bullet Bio: Norma Oryx

The Oryx might be Norma's most popular bullet. It's at least Norma’s best-known bullet here...

Bullet Bio: Nosler AccuBond

A little more than a decade ago, Nosler set out to combine the characteristics of...

Bullet Bio: Berger VLD

The VLD may not have been designed as a hunting bullet, but it sure became...

Bullet Bio: Hornady InterBond

Bonded bullets can be made to penetrate deeper because they retain their weight better, and...

Bullet Bio: Winchester Power-Point

The Power-Point was developed by Winchester in the 1960s. It is not a fancy bullet....

Bullet Bio: Remington AccuTip

A little known fact is that the Remington AccuTip bullet is actually made for Remington...

Bullet Bio: Barnes Tipped Triple-Shock

The Tipped Triple-Shock is a descendant of the original Barnes X-Bullet. Like the X-Bullet the...

Bullet Bio: Nosler Partition

The Nosler Partition was the first serious step forward with regard to premium hunting projectiles....

Bullet Bio: Remington Core-Lokt

In 1939, the .308 Win. had not been invented yet, and it would be 23...