If you are looking for a jack of all trades for the 5.7x28 mm, the FN 40-grain V-Max load is hard to beat. Out of a handgun, this load is reliable, consistent, and blisteringly hot.
Bolt guns require some scale to bring the rifle up and down to the size of the cartridge to be fired. In short, action size. Here is the rundown on short and long action rifles and how they differ.
On the surface, a Weaver and Picatinny rail look similar and some mounts that use either of them can interchange, but not always. It's worth it to know the similarities and differences between Weaver and Picatinny rail systems—you only have to buy your optics gear once.
CCI Mini Mag and most other 22 rounds are built around rifle shooting, so how much power is sacrificed when stepping down to a small handgun?
When Bond introduced their Stubby, an even more abbreviated version of the Stinger RS, I had to try one. With the lack of a trigger guard and very short barrels, it's the smallest Bond Arms product yet.
There is an endless supply of magazine clones out there. Some are great, some are good, some are bad. It's worth knowing why you should buy aftermarket mags and why you should not.
When it comes to firearms that satisfy both function and form, Walther has been a brand to contend with for over 100 years.
The Vaultek LifePod portable safe is a reliable little unit that protects its contents from environmental damage and allows fast access, should the need arise.
if you want to get into the deer woods for the first time — or the first time in a long time — it is mindboggling to see an everchanging list of rifles and even more cartridges to choose from. Here are my top five deer cartridges worth looking at, and a few you should think twice about.
Is the 5.56 the same as the .223, but not metric? Or are both rounds completely different? And if so, is it enough to matter? Let's dig into the history of these loads, dissect some ammo, and do some comparison shooting on the range.