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Meet Daryl Colvin, the Backyard Ballistician. Today he works his magic with a difficult project.....9mm Luger and dead soft lead bullets. His solution surprised us.
Five reasons that the benefits that flow from guns far outweigh the risks inherent in guns
Charles Schwartz is a noted expert on terminal ballistics and the author of Quantitative Ammunition Selection. If you have ever wondered if ultra light, ultra fast bullets are the way to go in a 9mm Parabellum, Chuck has the answer.
The Guru shares his tricks that keep firearms looking new.
Are you curious how barrel length impacts velocity? So were we. Luckily we have a ballistics lab and a machine shop at our disposal.
Understanding Standard Deviation is tricky. Luckily we have just the guy to help. Ask Dear Labby.
The lab guys got ahold of our suppressor and looked for ways to make cleaning easier. What we ended up with was the super-secret scientific way, one that involved a bit of soaking and scrubbing and one simple option that many handloaders may already have around their homes.
Ruger's Precision Rifle has taken the shooting world by storm and helped establish the 6.5 Creedmoor as the most successful new cartridge of the last twenty years. Take a look and see what all the fuss is about.
Ruger's lightweight Predator in 6.5 Grendel offers a rifle with European feel and American practicality. It is a modern hunting classic.
Western Powders built a rifle for long range powder testing. Here it is from the ground up.