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Can Ammunition "Go Bad"?

Does ammo have a shelf life--and if so, should the average gun owner worry?

+P Ammunition: What Higher-Pressure Ammo Means to You

What you need to know about cartridge pressure.

How Do Guns Work? Single-Shot Mechanisms

For many people, a single-shot gun is their first gun. Here's how they work.

Do Pistols That Shoot Rifle Cartridges Cut the Mustard?

For hunting and survival, rifles beat handguns every time...or do they?

Fun Friday: Back To the Pliocene Epoch

Wooly mammoths, saber-toothed cats and giant predatory birds. Oh my!

Interchangeable Calibers: What You Need to Know

We clear up some of the confusion related to this important safety information.

Which Ammunition For Which Game Animal?

Going hunting? Here's how to pick the ammo you need.

Trigger Pull Weight: Is Lighter Always Better?

That all depends on the shooter, the gun and its intended purpose.

Top 5 Media Misrepresentations of Gun Ownership (That are Actually Totally Normal)

You can help correct popular misconceptions about our sport.

Ammunition Science: Blackpowder vs. Modern Cartridges

Much of the technological development in firearms history has actually been devoted to ammo!

SHOT 2020: Browning's 350 Legend Expands

It's the nature of a legend to grow over time...

SHOT 2020: Rossi Revives the Model 62 "Gallery Gun"

A new spin on an old favorite that's a new spin on an old favorite.

Throwback Thursday: Brown Bess Musket

It's the gun that won (and lost) the American Revolution.

Why is the AR-15 So Popular?

In short: They’re reliable, accurate, infinitely versatile and the ultimate kit gun.

Can Ammunition "Go Bad"?

Does ammo have a shelf life--and if so, should the average gun owner worry?

+P Ammunition: What Higher-Pressure Ammo Means to You

What you need to know about cartridge pressure.

8 Gun Safety Rules You May Not Have Heard Of

Gun safety goes well beyond the "Big Three."

How Do Guns Work? Single-Shot Mechanisms

For many people, a single-shot gun is their first gun. Here's how they work.
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