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The Best Straight Walled Hunting Cartridges and Rifles
A look at the new wave of options for hunting in former shotgun-only locations.
The 6.5 Grendel – Relevant, or Obsolete?
With rounds like the 6.5 Creedmoor and .224 Valkyrie readily available, is there still a place for the Grendel?
History of the .30-06 Springfield
The .30-06 has been relied upon by hunters for decades and was the U.S. military's standard cartridge for the better part of a century.
An AR Rifle in .45-70?: Good Cartridges Never Die
Check out the new AR from Phoenix Weaponry chambered in this 150-year-old cartridge, and get a brief history of the .45-70 Government.
The .40 S&W: Ammo History
A deadly shootout between bank robbers and FBI agents in Miami led to the development of the cartridge that’s a top choice for personal defense.
Ammo History: The .22 Rimfire
It’s a 160-year-old cartridge with puny ballistics that’s no good as a self-defense round—yet the .22 continues to be one of the most popular gun chamberings ever. Here’s why.
We all know it simply as the 9mm, but it goes by a variety of names: 9mm Luger, 9mm Parabellum,...