Let’s put the 22 WMR caliber up against the insanely popular 22 long rifle cartridge to dissect the differences and advantages of each over the other.
Both the 357 magnum and the 10mm have earned a place in the hearts of self-defense shooters in America. But there are some big differences between the two calibers. So, what separates the 357 magnum vs. 10mm cartridge and why would you pick one over the other?
A guide for new shooters, this article answers one of the first questions we all have to answer – what is caliber and what does it mean?
30-06 vs. 30-30, two tried-and-true rifle cartridges are commonly found in the field. Let’s examine these two calibers and see the pros and cons of each as well as why you might opt for one in your arsenal over the other.
357 Magnum vs. 357 SIG: These two calibers sound similar and while the performance can be about the same, they have very different uses. 357 magnum is a classic revolver round, while the other is a modern semiautomatic cartridge. Understanding the differences can make you a better gun owner and user.
Let’s take a look at what separates two common handgun calibers – 38 special vs. 357 magnum.
The 12 gauge might be the king of shotguns, but there are many useful gauges that you could add to your collection. A 16-gauge, for example, might not get the attention of other bores, but it is a useful tool for hunting and target shooting.
The 7.62x51mm and 7.62x39mm cartridges might be similar in caliber size, but they are two very different rounds. To help you understand the differences, it helps to know the history and the performance of the 7.62×51 vs. 7.62×39 cartridge.