#SundayGunday: Winchester Bismuth Shotshells
Get a closer look at Winchester Bismuth shotshells, the latest addition to our #SundayGunday series.
Federal Announces Special Edition 100th Anniversary Shotshell Packaging
In celebration of Federal Ammunition’s 100-year anniversary and rich history of shotshell manufacturing, the company is releasing four commemorative shotshell packages.
Federal 2021's Most Frequently Purchased Rifle and Shotshell Ammunition
Southwick Associates’ 2021 “Hunting & Shooting Participation and Equipment Purchases Consumer Tracking Study” named Federal Ammunition the most frequently purchased rifle and shotgun ammunition brand in 2021.
Fiocchi Announces New Golden Turkey TSS
Fiocchi has expanded its Golden-series line of hunting shotshells with the introduction of Golden Turkey TSS.
Winchester Debuts Bismuth Waterfowl Ammunition
Winchester's Bismuth brings to market a premium, uniform shot, which is tin-plated to produce smooth and round bismuth.
First Look: Winchester Blind Side 2 Waterfowl Ammunition
Winchester Ammunition has introduced Blind Side 2 waterfowl shotshells. Similar to their predecessors, they utilize hex-shaped shot, but are differentiated by a nickel-plated head and Drylok wad system.
Winchester Introduces Super Pheasant Diamond Grade Ammunition
Winchester has debuted its Super Pheasant Diamond Grade shotshell ammunition, bringing eight-percent antimony, copper-plated shot to the upland fields in a five-shot configuration.
New for 2022: Federal Force X2 Shorty Shotshell
Federal has combined the power of two of its newest technologies to create a shotshell option that changes the nature of self-defense. The new Force X2 Shorty shells measure just 1¾ inches but hold a payload of six 00 segmenting buckshot engineered to split into two equal pieces on impact.
Field Report: Browning Arms and Ammo
Two days into a goose hunt outside of Hecla, South Dakota, we were sweating both figuratively and literally. Unseasonably warm and still conditions had combined with a bright moon to keep most birds grounded, and uninterested in feeding in sileage fields.
Should You Buy a Muzzleloader?
Every year, thousands of hunters purchase their first muzzleloading guns, many of whom have never shot one before. Assuming you might be one of these thousands, or know someone who is, here are few invaluable tips for finding your first.