SIG Sauer is getting into the ammo business, launching a new line of self-defense ammunition in popular handgun calibers from .380 to .45 ACP. Read more
Following a controversial ruling that banned a specific type of surplus Russian ammo, three congressmen penned a letter to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives asking it to clarify its ruling on armor piercing ammunition.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives announced Monday that it has deemed Russian surplus ’7N6′ 5.45×39 type ammo “armor piercing” when fired out of a handgun so it cannot be imported into the United States. Read more
A U.S. congressman made an official inquiry into whether or not the ATF has plans to ban the importation of the 7N6 offering of the 5.45×39 cartridge, and gun groups are already calling for action based on the speculations.
A small Texas startup company has developed a reusable shotgun shell that contains its own fully functional 9mm pistol. Read more
After a two year battle with the District of Columbia, Mark Witaschek was found guilty Wednesday of possessing illegal “ammunition” in the form of muzzleloader bullets. Read more
The 9th Circuit affirmed San Francisco’s tough gun control laws Tuesday, calling them inside the scope of the 2nd Amendment. Read more
The ammo drought isn’t quite over and prices are falling, but it’s still hard to find quality 9mm. Oftentimes, people buy out the cheapest 9mm so quickly that shooters only have defensive rounds to choose from, which is too costly for most people to regularly practice with. Read more
Due to the looming threat of war between Russia and Ukraine, rumors of a surplus 7.62 ammo shortage are on the rise, but fear not, they’re not true. Read more
Thieves stole nearly $100,000 in ammo and accessories from a gun shop during a late night heist Feb. 20 in Arvada, Colorado, and are still on the loose. Read more