The first phase of a bill passed by the California legislature took effect Wednesday and places restrictions on the use of lead ammunition in hunting.
Though seldom mentioned and once nearly obsolete, could the 5mm Remington rimfire magnum be on the verge of a relaunch in the rising rimfire revolution?
Federal Premium is now in the .17 Winchester Super Magnum business. They’ve put together a polymer-tipped .17 WSM load for their American Eagle brand.
Taofledermaus, the same group of guys that have proven the ballistic capabilities of gummi bears, recently crafted some super heavy tungsten shotgun slugs, then promptly saw what they could do.
A local court in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico this month issued a stern ruling that could end some of the strongest gun laws in the country.
Loads in excess of 660 foot-pounds out of full-size handguns were producing muzzle energies in excess of 990 foot-pounds of force, a tidy 50% more power.
Previously tested and employed by feral hog hunters, this tungsten-based buckshot is a viable alternative to lead where lead ammo is not allowed.
Lehigh Defense and Underwood Ammunition have teamed up on a pair of high-performance loads for .458 SOCOM shooters looking to get more out of their rifles.
Gun rights groups are backing legislation introduced Wednesday by House Republicans that would narrow the scope of language classifying certain types of ammunition.
A group of over 50 House Republicans introduced a measure Wednesday that would neuter the ATF’s ability to restrict ammunition and guns via reclassification.