Gunmagopedia: 400 Legend

The 400 Legend is a straight-walled cartridge designed to outperform similar predecessors and offer versatile use for hunters and sport shooters alike.

Hollow Points vs. Hollow Points: Aren’t They All the Same?

Hollow point bullets are not all created the same, so take some time to learn about your defensive ammo. If you’re serious about defensive firearm use, it’s worth your time.

Short and Long Actions in Bolt Guns: What’s the Difference?

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.

Gunmagopedia: 450 Bushmaster

This cartridge has been around for some time and has a well-deserved following. Consider this your one-stop for all things related to the history, specifications, and use of the 450 Bushmaster.

You Can’t Pigeon Hole Springfield Armory: A Retrospective of the Brand

How can you generalize about a company that makes epic mid-century battle rifles and fantastic EDC pistols? Springfield Armory's catalog is expanding and every new launch is better than the last.

Weaver vs. Picatinny Rails: What’s the Difference?

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.

Clone and Aftermarket Magazines: Their Pros and Cons

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.

GunMag 101: Length of Pull

Have you ever checked your length of pull or considered that it might be throwing you off your long gun game? Here's what you need to know about LOP.

5.56 NATO vs. .223 Remington: What Is the Practical Difference?

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.

The 22 WRF: The Forgotten 22 Rimfire Round

.22 WRF is mostly a round for old guns, but after shooting the round and seeing what it could do, I get the impression that .22 WRF would make an excellent meat-hunting load for the hunter equipped with a .22 Magnum rifle, where conventional Magnum loads would leave too little left to eat. That was, after all, why .22 WRF came into existence in the first place.

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