Glaser’s interesting Safety Slug is still available, but is it viable? Richard Mann takes a look at the Glaser Safety Slug and data related to its use.
The competition for the best-balanced defensive ammo is a race to the middle.
A funny thing happened on the way to the gelatin block...
Pistol-caliber carbines stretch the limits of handgun cartridges, but is that a good thing for self-defense?
The .32 NAA is a little-known personal-defense cartridge, but it remains adequate for personal defense.
Because it offers limited penetration, the Glaser Safety Slug is a great load for home defense.
Many organizations, agencies and individuals have developed tests and formulas to rate the effectiveness of defensive handgun cartridges.