Reloading Zone: Our Free Video Series on Handloading Your Own Ammo
Handloading, the art of reloading ammo, will have you crafting your own rounds for better accuracy, reduced-cost, and an uninterrupted supply.
Federal HammerDown: Designed to Cycle, Perform in Lever-Action Rifles
The new Federal HammerDown delivers enhanced cycling and ballistic performance to .357 Mag., .327 Fed., .44 Rem. Mag., .45 Colt, .30-30 Win and .45-70 Gov't.
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Why You Should Start Handloading Your Own Tactical Ammunition
Whether striving to save money or gain performance in the field, follow this primer to start handloading your own tactical ammunition.
How Small Arms Ammunition Is Made for the Military
Tactical-Life takes a behind-the-scenes look at the U.S. military's small arms ammunition maker, Lake City Army Ammunition Plant.
CONFIRMED: Department of Defense Adding Hornady 300 PRC Cartridge
As part of a contract with Barrett, the US Department of Defense requested an undisclosed number of MRAD rifle systems chambered in Hornady 300 PRC.
A Closer Look at the .25-45 Sharps Round and Why You Should Try It
If you want more power over the 5.56mm without getting a larger rifle, the .25-45 Sharps will serve you well with accurate, hard-hitting loads.
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.
Reloading 300 Blackout and Testing Loads in 2 Different ARs
Reloading 300 Blackout is fun, easy and enjoyable. Here, Jay Langston tests multiple loads in a couple of different ARs.
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.