There’s No Reason a Game-Getting Gun Has To Kill On Both Ends. The first commercial cartridge using 0.338-inch bullets was
These handloads were worked up for the short barrels often found ON SMALL pocket guns LIKE the Beretta Tomcat. The
Still “Special” After More Than 100 Years. The .38 Special is the most popular centerfire revolver cartridge ever, and still
Hornady’s .17 Hornet Delivers Versatile Varmint Performance. The first modern .17-caliber cartridges were all wildcats, primarily because no major bullet
High-Speed Photographs Are A New Tool In Understanding Bullet Performance. One of the early mysteries of bullets was how they
This Modest Cartridge Still Offers Fine Performance. The development of practical smokeless powders in the 1880s led to rapid changes.