Walter Berger, founder of Berger Bullets and member of the Benchrest Hall of Fame since 1982, died on Sept. 19 in Mesa, AZ, surrounded by family and friends. He was 92 years old.
Berger Ammunition recently launched two new loads for the .223 Remington: the 73-grain boat tail Target and 77-grain OTM Tactical loads.
Bankruptcy forced the sale of what remained of Remington—once the nation’s oldest gunmaker—in September, but plans are in the works to breathe new life into the familiar brands it once owned.
Brad Miller takes a look at some extra-low-recoil loads from Matt's Bullets, dubbed the Comfort Plinker, which take the sting out of shooting .38 Special and .357 Magnum rounds in a lightweight revolver.
Incorporating the unique, fluted design of the ARX projectile, the Inceptor Ammunition Preferred Defense load can now be had in the powerful 10mm cartridge.