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Halloween Movie Monsters: A Guide to Self-Defense

Don't get caught unawares on All Hallows' Eve.

Thanksgiving Hunting Traditions

No holiday is more closely tied to the hunting tradition than Thanksgiving.

Behind the Bullet: .45 Colt

Considering that the .45 Colt has been with us for 143 years, it remains a completely relevant, powerful, and well-balanced handgun cartridge, that is equally at home at a Cowboy Action Shoot as it is in the hunting fields.

Behind the Bullet: .375 H&H Magnum

The .375 bore is the legal minimum for dangerous game in many African countries, and with good reason: it generates just over 4,000 ft.-lbs. of energy at the muzzle, and offers a bullet with enough Sectional Density to get the job done, and done well.

Behind the Bullet: .454 Casull

.454 Casull is not a cartridge for the faint-of-heart, and will require a shooter to put in a considerable amount of time at the practice range in order to become a proficient hunter. However, once that happens, you’ll have a very effective hunting tool in your hands.

Behind the Bullet: .35 Whelen

“Only accurate rifles are interesting.” So goes the quote from Col. Townsend Whelen, and he was right.

Browning BXS Shotgun Slugs

Browning’s new BXS line of shotgun ammunition is a definite example of modern advancements in slug design.

Behind the Bullet: 9 mm Luger

The 9 mm Luger has a respectable resume, serving many military roles including a stint as the U.S. Armed Forces' chosen cartridge.

Behind the Bullet: 7x57mm Mauser

Few cartridges, in the history of modern firearms, have influenced our shooting world as much as the 7x57mm Mauser.

Review: Norma’s TipStrike and EcoStrike

Based on the successes of the other proprietary bullets from Norma—the semi-bonded Oryx and the Kalahari—I’d be willing to bet the TipStrike and EcoStrike will make a lot of believers in the near future.

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