TMJ bullets and BEB bullets seem to be getting more and more popular among American shooters. Both bullet types offer potentially less lead exposure than a traditional full metal jacket round and could be a great option for your next range training trip.
12 Gauge vs. 20 Gauge
It’s a common debate, especially among first-time shotgun buyers. Should you go with a 12 gauge or a 20 gauge shotgun? In this article, let’s look at the benefits of each caliber and why you might select one over the other.
What is MOA and How to Use It
If you participate in target shooting or hunting with a scope, you need to understand MOA or minute-of-angle. This number can help you understand a rifle’s accuracy, and it’s also important if you want to “zero in” a scope. It might seem complex, but this is actually a simple measurement that makes shooting more fun and rewarding.
Best 40 S&W Ammo for Self-Defense
We dive into exhaustive test results to give you an idea of what you might consider the best 40 S&W ammo for self-defense.
The Best 45 ACP Ammo for Self-Defense
We analyze the results of dozens of ballistic gel tests to showcase some of the best performers in 45 ACP ammunition.
What is a Wadcutter?
A darling of a bullet among competition shooters, this article lays out what exactly a wadcutter bullet is and why you might consider shooting them.;
What Are Soft Point Bullets?
Popular among riflemen and women, soft point bullets are one of the most common bullets out there today. In this article, we’ll explore why you might use them and what exactly makes a soft point bullet, a soft point.
LRN Bullets – Lead Round Nose
If you’re searching for affordable rounds, it’s hard to match the price of lead round nose bullets. But before you make a purchase, be sure to understand when, and when not, to use this popular ammunition choice.