Here are some great reasons why the Iconic .44 Magnum is still the cartridge to go to for Hunting, like the Eveready Battery, it keeps on getting better!
In the past the conventional wisdom has held that a typical handgun velocities, bigger bullets are better. – Is it Really?
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The 6.5 was originally designed for competitive shooting, before hunters took notice. The hunters were drawn to the cartridge because hunting specific loads did not exist and also due to its superbly accurate performance in shooting competitions.
Debates go back and forth on what’s better between a .270 Winchester, a 308 Winchester and a 306 Springfield. But, some Experienced Hunters will tell you go with the .243 caliber rifle.
If there was a round for you to choose, look into the .270. Great for shooting at Longer Range with more Knockdown Power.
This debate will go on forever for the Die Hard 9mm & 45ACP fans, they are both good cartridges and can tame your passion, check out what we have to say…
Casting your own Round-Ball Bullets the “Primitive Way” by making your own over a small fire with simple tools is about as authentic as it gets for muzzleloaders.
Both of their capabilities overlap each other but their characteristics and traits differ. Each has distinct strengths and weaknesses.
In this article we’ll compare the ballistics and performance of these two cartridges next to each other. With an unbiased approach not on implying on one cartridge is better than the other.