A .223 Remington and 5.56X45 are not the same. The 5.56 has a longer leade, a longer distance between the bullet start and the onset of the rifling. Here's why it matters.
Federal Premium has introduced HST Practice & Defend Combo Packs, offering shooters a complete solution for training and defensive use.
The .25 Automatic is a small cartridge with surprising velocities, and it was once used quite often in pocket pistols.
Manufacturers continue to produce a host of great new ammo options for shooters. Check out the latest new loads for personal defense, hunting and plinking.
Probably the most hotly discussed topic in personal defense is the argument over what constitutes a proper concealed carry caliber.
A new polymer-copper blended bullet made by Polycase and licensed by Ruger promises to deliver ultra-high velocity and superior terminal ballistics for personal protection.
Over-penetration is a concern with home defense ammo no matter what the caliber. Here are some loads up to the task.
Your goal, should you ever need to shoot, is to get your attacker to stop. Grant Cunningham reveals what he thinks are the best calibers for self-defense to make sure that happens.
Why some guns can handle the pressure of +P ammunition and others cannot.