Frangible ammunition is picking up steam as a round used by law enforcement for close-quarters situations. There are a number of reasons you might consider training with frangible ammo and a few disadvantages that you want to take into account as well.
You’ve likely seen both “FMJ” and “FMJ-BT” ammunition listed as you’ve shopped for rifle ammo. Does it matter if you select boat-tail ammunition and what is the point of it?
Jacketed hollow points are some of the most common bullets used in self-defense ammo. But what makes a “JHP” bullet different from cheaper full metal jacket choices and why is it more trusted for defense?
With local and state governments seemingly on a mission to put more hurdles in the way when it comes to buying ammo, you might be considering getting an FFL. This article lays out the process of how to get an FFL and some things to consider before you apply.
Give this article a look for a detailed comparison of ammunition that uses Boxer primers and rounds loaded with Berdan primers.
You might see bonded ammunition on store shelves or on your favorite ammo website. But what does it mean if ammo is “bonded” and what are the benefits of using bonded ammunition over standard loads?
It’s a common question among shooters: What is +P Ammo?
If you’ve ever shopped for a pistol, one of the first questions you’ve probably had to answer is if you want a double action or a single action firearm. It may not matter once you get to the range but there are certain factors that could have you happy you knew the differences between single and double action pistols before buying.