Lede Xpert Teal

First Look: Winchester Xpert Teal

Winchester Ammunition has introduced a high-velocity steel shotshell for waterfowl hunters that live to hear the buzz of early-season teal.

Behind the Bullet: .318 Westley Richards

A rimless designed made for use in the Mauser-style rifles, the .318 Westley Richards was released sometime between 1906 and 1910, and became one of the most popular medium-bore cartridges for hunting African game.

Federal Ammunition Awards 2024 Tom Knapp Memorial Scholarships

Federal Ammunition recently awarded the 2024 Tom Knapp Memorial Scholarships to two 4-H shooting sports teen ambassadors: Jessica Laffey from Colorado and Kaeli-Gracyn Bourgoyne from Louisiana.

Head to Head: .243 Winchester vs. 6.5 Creedmoor

The .243 Winchester and 6.5 Creedmoor short-action cartridges are both very efficient and manageable, but which is the better choice for a hunter? We take a closer look at the pros and cons of each.

Review: DoubleTap Ammuntion's DT SnakeShot Revolver Loads

This new series of pest control round fires birdshot along with a hardcast lead solid for added punch. B. Gil Horman tests its performance in six of its seven available chamberings.

First Look: Federal Ammunition HammerDown .45 Colt

Federal Ammunition’s HammerDown is currently the industry’s only ammunition product line specifically designed for optimal cycling and overall performance in the lever-action rifle platform. Now including seven cartridge options, the company has debuted a 250-grain .45 Colt cartridge.

A Hunter's Case for the .223 Remington

Don’t overlook the .223 Remington when seeking a one-gun solution.

Factory Ammunition vs. Handloading: The Pros and Cons of Each

We compare factory ammunition and handloading for hunting purposes, and take a look at the benefits and drawbacks of each.

Behind the Bullet: .35 Remington

How did a cartridge developed for an autoloading rifle come to be one of our most revered lever-action cartridges? We take a closer a look at the .35 Remington.

What You Need to Start Reloading

A setup consisting of the basics for reloading will pay for itself while ensuring you’ll never run out of ammo for your favorite rifle. Here’s what you need to get started.

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