U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers seized the assortment of ammo at the Port of Nogales, located 70 miles south of Tucson, on March 22, the agency said in a statement.
Texas Armament & Technology announced a new sponsorship of the Boy Scouts of America Sam Houston Area Council’s sporting clays tournament.
The nearly 150-year-old .45-70 Government has always been a prestigiously powerful round, but Matt and the Demolition Ranch crew test an updated load that goes even deeper.
“Buy long” is the advice management with Hornady Manufacturing has for retailers looking to take on an expected increase in demand for ammo this year.
The guys down on Demolition Ranch lucked into a pretty hefty 7-inch block of aluminum and decided to see what, if anything, high-powered lead would do to it.
G2 Research has announced a new action-stopper of a round in 7.62×39 caliber. The Ripout Round is made for major penetration and expansion.
Switching between magnum pistol primers and 209 shotgun primers with no powder, TwangnBang made up a fresh batch of .45 Colt Jello rounds just like Mom used to make.
Southwick Associates, a research firm specializing in hunting, shooting, and fishing, announced Friday the most-purchased brands of 2015.
A water district frequently in court with a historic gun club over land rights dropped their latest legal challenge after Second Amendment groups asked Gov. Scott to scrap the agency.
Deputies responding to an incident in which Sidney Patterson, a convicted felon, was wounded by a zip gun found three more zip guns and some ammo.