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Keep Shooting: Training In A Time Of Component Shortages

For many reloaders, supply chain shortages have made it harder for us to keep building our pet loads

Aguila’s ‘Hummingbird’ Is Quiet, Accurate—And Fun

If you’ve been passing .22 Super Colibri up because it isn’t “real” .22 LR ammunition, you’ve been missing out.

Review: Eley 9 mm Competition Ammunition

Already known for super accurate rimfire ammunition, now Eley has three new 9 mm loads in 115-, 124- and 147-grain sizes.

.357 SIG vs. .357 Magnum: Which Is More Powerful?

As two high performance medium handgun calibers, it’s inevitable that .357 SIG and .357 Magnum will be compared.

Barnaul’s New Subsonic 9 mm Load

This accurate and soft-shooting load can be a good option for non-reloaders.

Pistol Barrel Length And Velocity

Just how much muzzle velocity is gained as we lengthen a pistol barrel?

Winchester Ammunition Awarded $5M FBI Sniper Contract

Winchester Ammunition recently scored an exclusive .308 Win./7.62x51 mm NATO contract for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Review: SK High Velocity Match Rimfire Ammo

This new .22 LR ammunition for NRL22 and PRS Rimfire competition has a 40-grain round-nosed projectile that shoots fast and flat in any platform.

Top Open Class Handguns In 2020

Assembling the gear to compete in Open takes a bit more than throwing money at it. Choosing the best components is critical for success.

.356 TSW: A Comeback Kid?

Released in 1993 for IPSC and USPSA Limited-division competitive shooters as a major power factor round, the .356 TSW produces a 182-power factor. Later on, IPSC and USPSA would rule that a cartridge had to be at least .40 cal. to qualify for major power factor in Limited division, leaving the .356 TSW without an audience and essentially doomed.

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