Best AR-15 Calibers For Predator Hunting
Here is a look at several of the mainstream predator-hunting cartridge options for the AR-15 platform.
The Other .44
It's no secret that Dave Campbell has an affinity for the .44 caliber—both Special and Magnum. But there is an even older .44—specifically the .44-40 Winchester Center Fire—has its place in his heart, too.
Are .22s Untraceable?
To hear one of Jeff Johnston's favorite (non-fiction) TV shows tell it, .22-caliber bullets can't yield forensic data. The BullShooters couldn't help but take a closer look.
Top 5 Overrated Rifle Cartridges
The myriad selection of rifle cartridges today has a metric ton of overlap, duplication, and some downright silly designs. Some of these designs boast wonderful claims, but not all of them measure up. In order to be overrated, you have to be rated at all, so let’s leave some of the more obscure designs off the menu.
Top 5 Bear Loads
Armed with tooth and claw, with an attitude to match when needed, bear hunting demands a well-placed shot, and a sturdily designed bullet of suitable caliber.
Hardware: .28 Nosler
The shooting world needs the new .28 Nosler centerfire rifle cartridge like it needs another in-line muzzleloader. But real shooters and hunters know that cartridge innovation isn’t about need; it’s about perfection!
What’s the Best Load for Coyotes?
So you want to shoot coyotes, but you don't want to damage the hide. Here's what you should be using.
Behind the Bullet: .35 Whelen
“Only accurate rifles are interesting.” So goes the quote from Col. Townsend Whelen, and he was right.
Behind the Bullet: .44 Remington Magnum
While there are many classic wheelgun calibers that date back to the late 19th century—the .44-40 and .45 Colt foremost among them—the relatively modern .44 Rem. Mag. has a well-deserved place among the most effective developments for a revolver, and will undoubtedly remain there for our lifetime and beyond.