The Outdoors' Best Smells
Research shows that scent evokes memories and past emotions with more potency than any other sense.
Mesa Tactical Shotshell Carriers & Rail Options
Mesa Tactical has introduced its SureShell shotshell carriers and optics rail assemblies for Mossberg's Model 500 and Model 590 pump actions.
Winchester Expands AA TrAAcker Shotshell Line
Winchester Ammunition has announced the expansion of its AA TrAAcker shotshell line with the introduction of sporting clay offerings of 12- and 20-gauge.
First Look: Winchester's Varmint X Shotshell
Here are four things you need to know about Winchester's new Varmint X shotshell.
Browning Announces BXD Extra Distance
Browning's been on a roll the past year. It hasn't just been launching new products—it's been launching entirely new divisions. Browning Crossbows are soon to be in the hands of consumers, and the company's new ammunition line is on the way, too. Most recently Browning Ammo announced the introduction of its new BXD Upland Extra Distance.
Industry Innovators: Winchester’s Shot-Lok Technology
When American Hunter announced its 2016 Golden Bullseye honorees late last year, it did indeed name products in 10 categories that met or exceeded those standards. One of the standouts—and a seasonably relevant one, too—was the 2016 Ammo of the Year: Winchester’s Shot-Lok.
A Century and a Half of Winchester Ammo
In this, its 150th year in business, the history of Winchester firearms is well known. After all, “The gun that won the west” was a Winchester, the Model 1873. The Winchester Model 70 is known as the “Rifleman’s Rifle” and the Model 1894 is perhaps the most successful sporting rifle in history. The company also shook up the scattergun market with classic shotguns like the Model 1897, Model 21 and Model 12. The raw truth, however, is that none of these guns could have made their mark in history without ammo to shoot out of them. It’s kind of the red-headed stepchild in terms of glory and glamor, but Winchester has been in the ammo business as long as they have been in the gun business.
Winchester Launches Varmint X Shotshell
When Winchester first released its popular Varmint X line of ammunition, the engineers were going for something fast and flat with minimal recoil. What wasn't offered in the original Varmint X line, though, was ammunition for those who prefer to deploy their favorite scattergun against feral hogs, coyotes and other predators. That's changing in 2016, as Winchester has officially announced a new 12-gauge shotshell addition to the Varmint X line.
Video: Remington American Clay and Field Sport Loads
Among the products that Remington touted at its annual Writer's Seminar earlier this month was its new American Clay and Field shotshells.
New for 2019: Federal Shorty Shotshell
Although just 1.75-inch long, Federal’s new Shorty shotshells offer similar patterns, energy and accuracy as full-size counterparts, and are perfect for teaching new hunters how to handle a full-sized shotgun.