Yes, you read that right. The new commercial from Mass Ammo includes gratuitous images of what happens when 5.56mm brass goes wild.
The agency will receive roughly 12.6 million rounds of .223 Remington per year for the next five years, totaling 62.5 million roughs over the life of the contract.
The Wound Channel delves into a field test to see if you gain more velocity with ammunition that is warmer over ammo that is several degrees cooler.
A proposed city ordinance to video all gun and ammo sales and transmit data to the San Francisco Police Department could mean the end for the last gun store in town.
IMR Legendary Powders has issued a recall on six lots of 4007 SSC. This recall affects customers across North America including the U.S. and Canada.
Acronyms can be clever. The military list of acronyms is quite extensive. Here are a few every gun owner and those interested self defense ought to know.
YouTube gun channel 22plinkster decided to marry up his stash of stupidly thick bulletproof glass with his stash of 10mm ammo fired from a Glock 40.
Somewhere in the former lands of the iron curtain it looks like there has been a decision to dispose of some old ammo, for which they brought it the devil’s popcorn maker.
If you haven’t seen it, there’s a new ammo called G2R Ammo with the catchphrase: “The last round you’ll ever need.” Yeah, I’m not so sure about that.
At the behest of a reader who is planning ahead for a just-born child, Guns.com looks at some of the best options for a first rifle for a youngster.