Over the years many firearm calibers come and go. Here are some that didn’t catch on but worthy a caliber they were and could have been popular today.
Did you know the military is adopting the 6.5 Creedmoor for their weapon system? Here’s the guide on the popular 6.5 Creedmoor.
As the shooting industry was beginning to lean towards short rifles and suppressors – the 300 Blackout just so happened to be designed for short barreled rifles, equipped with suppressors. It was one of those moments where everything aligned just right.
Long distance shooting is a bit like meteorology. You can go by feel, or you can make predictions to help
Imagine being able to see your bullet hitting the target as it hits its target or maybe go off by
Here’s Youtuber Mark Schutzius taking down a running hog with his single shot, .45-70 rifle. Looks like he was sporting a “Trapdoor Springfield”.
The .458 Winchester Magnum was designed for hunting dangerous game by emulating the performance of powerful English double rifle cartridges in a bolt action.
If you want to see the Dragon’s Breath from your shotgun, all you need is steel wool rounds.
When I used to work at a gun store I was frequently asked what caliber was best for any given situation, pistol or rifle- 9mm and here’s why, read on…