Edwin Sarkissian breaks out a vintage Winchester Model 94 Texas Ranger Commemorative and pits it against a tabletop of 24 gauge sheet metal.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife issued a reminder to sportsmen that this year’s spring wild turkey season will be the first in which traditional ammunition cannot be used.
Simple but innovative, conversion kits create more opportunities for shooters yearning for a cost-effective means to pop-off an array of rounds at the range.
Pennsylvania based Patriot Ballistics offers an interesting twist on an old favorite, using the .45 ACP case as the basis for its innovative FLAK .45.
Once Nosler unveiled the 22 Nosler ahead of SHOT Show in January, manufacturers began vying for an opportunity to offer complete rifles, uppers and barrels for this new round.
Lee’s Auto Prime XR is a handheld device designed to prime cartridges off the press via a body assembly and trays designed for large and small primers.
The adage that close only counts in horseshoes and 120mm mortar rounds may be coming to an end as the Army is planning a new round that puts an emphasis on precision.
After riding to work on a horse, the new Secretary of Interior on his first day on the job signed orders overturning a pending ban on the use of lead ammunition and seeking to expand public land access for hunting and fishing.
Riot police in India have long held they use what are described as “pellet guns” as less-lethal weapons against crowds. Turns out it’s just a 12 gauge shotgun.
Federal Premium Ammunition welcomes the new 209 Muzzleloading Primer, designed to work with the B.O.R. Lock MZ bullets, to its lineup of new products.