Is the 6.5mm Creedmoor a Master of (Almost) All Trades?
The long-range capabilities of the 6.5mm Creedmoor are well documented and it is quickly picking up steam across a multitude of uses in the field.
Monolithic Bullets and Why You Should Try Them for Hunting
Monolithic bullets offer controlled expansion for increased knockdown power, making them highly effective for hunting.
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Winchester Ammo Awarded US Army Contract for 7.62mm Ammunition
The US Army recently turned to Winchester ammo for its 7.62mm rounds, placing a $8.1 million order under an existing 'Second Source' contract.
Tactical Life May/June 2018
Why the .338 Lapua Still Dominates in the Long-Range Shooting World
A close look at the appeal of the .338 Lapua Magnum, a versatile cartridge favored by military snipers around the world.
Speer Wins Contract to Supply NYPD With Gold Dot Duty Ammo
Speer has been awarded an $18 million contract to supply the NYPD with its 124-grain, 9mm Luger +P Gold Dot Duty ammo for a period of five years.
The US Army Wants .338 NM AP, .300 NM Ball Ammo for Snipers
The US Army is looking for a manufacturer to produce and deliver .338 Norma Magnum armor piercing ammo and .300 NM ball ammunition for precision rifle applications.
Federal Adds 90gr Sierra MatchKing to .224 Valkyrie Series
Federal Premium has introduced the fourth load in its increasingly popular .224 Valkyrie lineup: the 90-grain Gold Medal Sierra MatchKing.
US Marine Corps Issues RFI for Lightweight .50 Caliber Ammunition
The US Marine Corps wants industry to supply new .50 caliber ammunition that is lighter than the linked belts machine gunners are using now.
Hornady Will No Longer Sell Ammo to New York Agencies
Hornady is closing the door on selling ammunition to New York government agencies after the state is ordering banks and insurers to 'review' its relationship with the NRA and gun...