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How to Zero an AR with Open Sights

Zeroing an AR is no different than zeroing any other rifle. It should be zeroed at a range that fits how it's intended to be used.

Problems with Primers

Some things have been repeated enough they're considered fact. This is particularly true regarding internal ballistics.

.380 ACP +P Buffalo Bore 100-grain Hard-Cast

Looking for a powerful .380 ACP load for your concealed-carry semi-auto? Here's one.

.45 ACP Federal 230-grain Hydra-Shok (3-inch barrel)

Does a proven .45 ACP load provide fight-stopping performance through a short-barreled 1911?

.380 ACP Remington 88-grain JHP

How does this .380 ACP load perform through a short-barreled pocket gun?

.357 Mag. Buffalo Barnes 125-grain Barnes XPB Lead Free Tactical Low Flash Short Barrel

This load combines the power for which Buffalo Bore is known with a devastating bullet from Barnes, all designed for use from short-barreled revolvers.

Wilson Combat Recon Tactical 7.62×40 WT

It seems there's a new AR for consumers to ponder almost every day. Lately, we've also seen some new cartridges introduced for the AR-15 platform.

.45 ACP +P DoubleTap 160-grain Barnes TAC-XP

A suggestion at SHOT Show led DoubleTap to double-time design and production of this optimal .45 ACP +P load.

.45 ACP DRT 150-grain

Does the concept behind DRT ammo have merit? Check out these results.

.32 H&R Mag. +P Buffalo Bore 130-grain Hard Cast

Looking for some power out of a smaller revolver? This load might surprise you.

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