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Speed Reloading Revolvers

Though most defensive shootings involve very few rounds actually being fired, the low capacity of...

Stop-and-Go Drill

One of the most-common mistakes new gun owners make is believing that by merely learning...

The Funny Thing About Hollywood and Guns

What John Wick Says About American Gun Culture

5 Things to Master for Weak-Side Shooting

In the event of not being able to shoot with your dominant hand, you need...

Concealed Carry Handguns: Four Faves

Deciding what gun to carry is a personal decision, no doubt. One experienced carrier discusses...

First Gear | Christmas Countdown: Hornady, EGW, Lee and Sierra

A reloading theme—from Hornady to Sierra—kicks off our Christmas gifting suggestions.

Carry Life | Revisiting The Reload

Unlike many things in hand gunning, there’s just one correct way to reload your semi-auto.

First Gear | Crazy Good: Redding T7 Turret Press

Reloading your own ammunition opens a lot of doors, but the best is repeatable precision.

Exercise Your Freedom | Glock G17 & G19 Gen5

We’re certainly fans of the Glock marque, but we can’t truthfully say we were anxiously...

Exercise Your Freedom | STI Costa Carry Comp

STI’s Costa Carry Comp has us testing new limits.

Exercise Your Freedom | Reloading, Part 11: The Last Step—Crimping

The last of seven steps in the reloading process gets us perilously close to bang.

Exercise Your Freedom | Reloading, Part 10: Bullet Seating Q&A

In a continuation of our reloading series, we answer some bullet seating questions from readers.

Exercise Your Freedom | Smith & Wesson 929

Frank Winn says the Performance Center 929 is a beast of a gun that’s remarkably...

Exercise Your Freedom | Reloading, Part 7: Case Mouth Flaring

Proper flaring of the case mouth forestalls other later problems for the smart reloader.

Carry Life | Home Carry Q&A, Continued

We answer some more home carry questions from our readers.

Exercise Your Freedom | Reloading, Part 6: Priming

A bunch of ignition problems simply go away with proper primer “installation.”