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Review: Leupold Freedom RDS

On the affordable end of the red-dot sight market, Leupold's Freedom RDS packs a number of cutting-edge features into a well-priced package. Check out our experience with it here.

Review: Aguila Minishells

Tired of dealing with punishing recoil from your go-to 12-gauge shotgun? This line of Aguila Minishells provides a number of hunting and personal-defense loads that soften the blow while still providing stopping power.

10mm vs. .40 S&W: Similarities, Differences and Uses

Both the 10mm and the .40 S&W use a .40-caliber projectile and were developed around the same time, but there are big differences between the two. Here's the rundown.

5.56 NATO vs. 300 Blackout: Which is Right for You?

The 5.56 NATO/.223 Rem. and the .300 BLK are two popular cartridge options for the AR-15. Which one should you choose? Here's a quick rundown of the background and capabilities of each round.

.223 Wylde: The Ideal AR-15 Chamber?

Among AR-15 aficionados, the battle has often been .223 Rem. vs. 5.56 NATO. With the .223 Wylde, though, shooters can take advantage of the benefits of each chambering.

.308 Win. vs. 7.62 NATO: What's the Difference?

The .308 Win. and 7.62 NATO are popular calibers among tactical shooters, but what's the difference between the two? Which ones can be safely shot in what guns? Find out the details here.

Review: Hornady Frontier Ammunition

For the relaunch of the company's Frontier Ammunition brand, Hornady teamed up with the Lake City ammunition plant to provide affordable, accurate cartridges for rifles chambered in 5.56 NATO and .223 Rem.

Is the .357 SIG Dead?

The .357 SIG emerged in the early '90s and was adopted by many law-enforcement agencies, but this high-speed cartridge has seen a decline in recent years.

.308 Win. vs. 6.5 Creedmoor: Which is Better?

The 6.5 Creedmoor and the .308 Win. are two of the most popular short-action precision cartridges on the market, but which one is better for you? Check out the pros and cons of each here.

5.56 NATO/.223 Rem. vs. .300 BLK: Which is Right for You?

The 5.56 NATO/.223 Rem. and the .300 BLK are two popular cartridge options for the AR-15. Which one should you choose? Here's a quick rundown of the background and capabilities of each round.

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