Most of us who carry daily make a choice between comfort and ease of shooting with our choice in EDC pistols. I happen to carry a full size M&P 9mm. As an early concealed carry person, I was sure carrying such a gun would be noticed by everyone and be super uncomfortable. Over time, I gradually learned how to conceal better and more comfortably.
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The AR-15’s modular design is a big plus for riflemen, and the .300 Blackout cartridge is perhaps the best example of this advantage. However, the .300 Blackout is a popular option for many reasons. First, the conversion works and is reliable. The bugs are worked out, and the rifle will feed function and run with .300 BLK ammunition. Read the article to discover all the reasons you should be shooting the .300 BLK.
There are numerous ways to hunt wild hogs, and here at the Spike Box you’re welcome to sit in a blind and wait to see what happens. What’s about to happen now is the polar opposite. Read what it’s like to be on hog patrol in West Texas.
Not to leave any part of the firearms market untouched, SIG Sauer has decided to start selling a proprietary line of suppressors, a new line of optics and sights, a new caliber to their Elite Performance ammunition brand, as well as multiple new guns.
After experimenting with different bullet weights, cavity shapes and point styles, Nosler and the late John Noveske of Noveske Rifleworks developed a .300 AAC Blackout round that retains its weight and performs at sub-sonic velocities. Nosler and Cheaper Than Dirt! are proud to announce the arrival of Noveske by Nosler ammo with glow-in-the-dark polymer Ballistic Tip bullets.
The editor of Cartridges of the World picks seven cartridges for your next rifle that will make you the talk of deer camp.
Norma USA created quite a buzz with the announcement regarding the expansion to its American PH and brass components. In 2012, Norma Precision expanded it high performance offerings to the United States and hunters have taken full advantage of Norma’s double-diameter expansion and deep, terminal penetration.
The biggest fixed expenses when getting into the gun game are usually firearms, then optics, or sometimes the other way around. But over the lifetime of a platform — rifle, shotgun, handgun, doesn’t matter — the biggest expense is almost always ammo. Accordingly, stories focusing on ammunition use, tuning, and suitability are favorites of the Cheaper Than Dirt! Chronicle community. Herewith, then, are the most-read articles we’ve run in the Shooter’s Log that have to do with ammunition choice and performance: