a photo of rimfire and centerfire ammunition

Rimfire VS Centerfire

By Guy J. Sagi The difference between rimfire and centerfire cartridges runs deeper than simply primer location, and some are subtle enough to have escaped the notice of even veteran shooters. The distinctions provide a glimpse into the materials and precise manufacturing hidden in the seemingly simple rounds…
a photo of a man shooting the best mosin nagant ammo outdoors

Best Mosin Nagant Ammo

By Guy J. Sagi Mosin-Nagants are often homely, always loud and not generally known to be precision rifles. However, if you go to a gun show, you’ll notice a line at the dealer tables to purchase these historical long guns. So why are these surplus rifles so desirable?…
a photo of a man using a reloading press in a workshop

Reloading Supplies For The Beginner

Basics Needed for Reloading By Guy J. Sagi There are three good reasons firearm enthusiasts should consider reloading ammunition. First and foremost is the fact it can save a significant amount of money for medium- to high-volume shooters. Then there’s the finicky nature of guns when it comes…
photo of 22 LR bullets

What is an LRN Bullet?

By Guy J. Sagi Lead round nose bullets are composed entirely of lead with a rounded nose. Lead round nose, or LRN—are inexpensive alternatives for plinking, practice and some small game hunting. Although, they are not the best modern option for self-defense use or big game hunting. Some…

What Is A JHP Bullet?

 By Guy J. Sagi The science and technology hidden in today’s jacketed hollow point (JHP) bullets can be lifesaving in a criminal attack, making them the ideal choice for self-defense—particularly in handguns. The design is simple in principle, but modern engineering has packed better-than-ever fight-stopping performance into these…