Hardware Hornady CX Lead

Hardware: Hornady CX

The new Hornady CX bullet is an upgrade of the popular GMX. The company’s ballistic engineers looked at all the attributes of the older GMX design and made some key changes which had an effect on downrange trajectory and terminal performance.

Range Tested: Savage 110 PCS

Contributor Frank Melloni puts the Savage 110 PCS through its paces at the range, in preparation for a fall afield.

First Look: Hornady CX Outfitter Ammo

Hornady has reengineered its popular GMX projectile to be more accurate, aerodynamic and deadly. The new CX monolithic copper-alloy bullet sports a higher BC, and boasts devastating terminal performance with 95 percent weight retention.

Behind the Bullet: .300 PRC

A beltless non-rebated .30-caliber magnum rifle cartridge designed for extreme performance at long range, the .300 PRC is the product of years of tinkering by Hornady. It will handle almost any game in North America and is fully capable of doing double duty as a long-range target choice.

First Look: Hornady CX Bullet

Taking the place of the famed GMX bullet, Hornady’s new CX monolithic copper-alloy bullet sports a higher BC and delivers devastating terminal performance and 95 percent weight retention.

Guns and Gear for an Alaska Caribou Hunt

Contributor Brad Fitzpatrick shares the gear he used on a recent caribou hunt in Alaska.

Hardware: Hornady 6mm ARC

Designed to meet the needs of the world’s toughest critics, the 6mm ARC utilizes efficient, high-BC bullets to deliver unprecedented performance from the AR-15 platform.

Handloading Mashup: Federal Cases and Hornady Bullets for a .30-30 Win.

Do Federal cases, Hornady bullets and Hodgdon powder make the ultimate .30-30 Win. lever-action load? Read on to find out.

An Ode to the 7mm STW

Seldom encountered today, the 7mm STW was a trendsetter in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Although newer, faster cartridges have debuted since, it’s still a solid choice when pursuing big-game in wide-open areas.

Behind the Bullet: 6.5 PRC

If you’re in the market for a cartridge that will do double duty in both the hunting fields and on the target range, with a bit more horsepower than the Creedmoor provides, the 6.5 PRC is worth a hard look.

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