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Ballistics 101

The study of ballistics incorporates internal ballistics, external ballistics and terminal ballistics. There are many assumptions associated with each area of study. Some are myths, some are like old wives’ tales and others just come from lack of knowledge.

2023 SHOT Show Roundup: New Ammunition From Federal Premium

New rifle and pistol cartridges for a variety of different uses.

2023 SHOT Show Range Day Report

The trends we saw on the firing line at this year's Media Day At The Range.

First Look: Taurus 856 T.O.R.O. and 605 T.O.R.O. Revolvers

Two new small-frame revolvers that are red-dot ready right out of the box.

The Other Winchester 9mm Ammunition

Winchester catalogs two dozen different loads for the 9 mm, and more than a dozen loaded with what most would call an FMJ bullet. Within this mix you’ll find a varied selection, with bullet weights from 115 to 147 grains.

Review: Wilson Combat EDC X9

A double stack 9mm with a 1911 trigger and Wilson Combat quality. What's not to love?

Review: SIG P322

Rimfire firearms don’t immediately come to mind when one thinks of SIG Sauer, a company that prides itself on its tactical guns. But while .22 LR firearms aren’t a major part of SIG’s DNA, it hasn’t ignored them, either.

Review: Taurus 905 Stainless Steel 9mm Revolver

9mm isn't just for semi-automatics. It's also a great round for defensive revolvers like the Taurus 905.

Revolvers I Recall

At our recent hometown gun show, I had an experience that a country boy might call “déjà vu all over again.” As usual, I had a grand time visiting with the gun folks, sold a few things, but only came home with one gun that was new to me: a 1950s-era Colt Official Police in .38 Spl. with a 4-inch barrel. It was just about a dead ringer for the very first double-action revolver I ever owned.

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