An article in Everytown’s The Trace commits some of the most egregious errors and declarations of cluelessness that I’ve seen in a while.
In 2009, a Marine Special Operations Team was deployed on a battle scarred hill in Afghanistan, exchanging fire regularly with those who did not want them there. One .50 rifle took a hit but survived.
Matt down on DemolitionRanch makes the magic happen with a CMMG Anvil and a stack of various exotic .458 rounds.
Eric with IV8888, besides being a Georgia gunsmith, is a hunter that has spent lots of time in the woods and with that in mind tests various guns fired through thick undergrowth to see if the concept of “brush gun” holds water.
I have always wondered exactly how powerful those Civil War pistols were so, I grabbed some ordinance gel and decided to see what these weapons can do.
Redland police say a suspect forced his way inside Gun Boss Armory on Nov. 4 and stole more than 50 guns as well as ammo before fleeing in a dark-colored SUV with chrome spoke rims.
Using a 5/8″ socket as a mold for a custom one-ounce rifles lead slug, the Taofledermaus crew went to work.
The New Jersey State Commission of Investigation released a report Wednesday arguing the state’s tracking of ammunition sales is “antiquated and ineffective” and needs revamping.
Expensive ammo might become a problem for a new gun on the Navy’s most advanced destroyer.
The sporting giat reported a 24 percent increase in second quarter sales, showing ammo, gun accessories and outdoor goods are selling high alongside record-setting gun sales.