Ammo Review: SIG SAUER .44 Special 200gr V-Crown JHP

SIG SAUER has released some of the most innovative ammunition to come to market in recent years. Instead of going wild with expensive materials and processes, they decided to improve upon excellent, existing technology and apply it in creative ways. The V-Crown bullets are one of the best (maybe the best) traditional JHP bullets on […]

State Your Case: 5.56mm vs. 7.62mm NATO

On this week’s State Your Case, we are looking at two mainstays: the 5.56mm and 7.62mm NATO rounds. These are easily two of the most popular rifle rounds in America, and for good reason. Both offer a number of substantial benefits to every level of shooter and hunter. I could end this article right now […]

Gun Review: Ruger Redhawk .44 Magnum Revolver

The words ‘lightweight’ and ‘low recoil’ are not things that are typically associated with the .44 Magnum. If you think that this article is going to be a rejection of that concept, well, you’re wrong. Today we’re going to be taking a look at an absolute unit of a gun: the Ruger Redhawk chambered in, […]

State Your Case: 9mm vs. .38 Special

When we look at different cartridges there is often a focus on the disembodied numbers that describe them. All too often there’s a mental disconnect between the numbers and reality, and in many cases the numbers are skewed to make one cartridge look “better” than another it ostensibly competes against. Reality is far different than […]

State Your Case: 10mm Auto vs. .45 ACP

In my last State Your Case article, I talked about the 9mm vs. .40 S&W. The .40 got a raw deal in that discussion, but I did my best to defend it and make it as equal of a comparison as possible. Today we’re looking at two other titans of the automatic pistol world: the […]

State Your Case: .308 Win vs. .30-06

When people ask me about hunting cartridges and cartridges for general use, I seem to always gravitate towards two of the most popular rifle rounds ever: the .30-06 Springfield and the .308 Winchester. These two rifle cartrdges have a long and intertwined history, with the .30-06 being sort of like the .308’s father, in a […]