Barrel length. Magazine capacity. Twist rate. Choke. The list goes on.
There are a ton of variables involved in firearms. While you don’t have to be a ballistics expert, if you own or use a firearm, there are some important aspects that you need to understand. One of those aspects is trigger weight.READ MORE
A look at our ammo sales data to get a pulse on what calibers are worthy of your investment and what calibers could just be hype.READ MORE
They’re two common primers used by shooters all over the world but do you know what the difference is between centerfire vs. rimfire primers?READ MORE
Generally speaking, there are two types of finishes on shotgun shells – but what’s the benefit of going with rolled vs. folded crimping for your shotgun shells?READ MORE
Magazines vs. Clips – It’s a pet peeve of gun owners and two terms consistently mistakenly as the same thing. Let’s dissect the difference between clips and magazines and look at a potential root cause of the confusion.READ MORE
6.5 Creedmoor is on a terror recently. Long distance shooters and hunters seem to be flocking to the rifle caliber in droves. So what’s the story behind this round and does it have the ballistic performance to stick around for a while?READ MORE
Muzzle velocity is something you’ll see on boxes of ammunition and on ballistics stat sheets, but you may not know exactly how muzzle velocity impacts performance.READ MORE
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.READ MORE
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