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    Federal Premium goes Further with NEW Hydra-Shok Deep Ammo

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Federal Premium recently went back to the drawing board to see if they could improve upon a time-tested standard for handgun defense loads. After extensive testing and some minor, meaningful changes they have developed the Hydra-Shok Deep defense load; an improved variant of the staple Hydra-Shok round. The […] More

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    [SHOT 2018] A Minigun for the 21st Century: The Profense M134

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Profense LLC is a defense company that has its origins in the aerospace industry. Their primary interest is trying to introduce a next-generation 7.62x51mm NATO M134 Minigun. The company is doing this through two different strategies. First, they are actually manufacturing their own version of the M134 with […] More

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    G.P.S Wild About Shooting, Range Bags

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com In an age where everything has to be “Tactical”, GPS gets to the point (although the company does have some “tactical” themed lines”). The company was founded by a Trap and Skeet shooter who simply needed a better way to carry range equipment back and forth. What I’ve always […] More

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    [SHOT 2018] IC13’s INVRT Bandoleer Updated

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com I ran into the owner and designed at IC13, Josh Sprecher while on the show floor. Due to some technical issues, I wasn’t able to get actual photographs of the MOLLE bandoleer that Josh has come up with, and that we covered in earlier TFB articles. However, I […] More

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    Carbine Gel Test Sig-Sauer .357mag 125gr V-Crown

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com If you aren’t already subscribed to us, you’re missing great content! Click here to subscribe. Last week we tested Sig-Sauer .357mag 125gr V-Crown from a revolver. Perhaps unsurprisingly, it did not do well. V-Crown has a history of failing to expand when fired through heavy clothing and even at […] More

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    INCEPTOR SPORT UTILITY AMMO – Best At 2018 Big Rock West Show

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Normally I don’t think twice about posting industry awards: a bunch of well-dressed fat cats smoking cigars and slapping each other on the back (that’s a joke, people). But after seeing the Inceptor Ammo in person, color me impressed. I can’t wait to get some of their Sport […] More

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    [SHOT 2018] Black Hills expands Honey Badger line, adds 6.5 Creedmoor loads

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com Barrier-blind ballistics Last year, Black Hills released their Honey Badger line of ammunition with Lehigh Defense engineered bullets.  The initial launch featured the following three loads: .44mag 160gr @ 1800fps .45acp 135gr @ 1325fps 9mm 125gr subsonic @ 1050fps Black Hills’ marketing director, Mike Wright, was kind enough […] More

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    Nammo to Produce Polymer-Cased Ammunition, Acquires MAC, LLC

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com The golden age of polymer cased ammunition has probably already begun. Certainly, Norwegian-Finnish ammunition manufacturer Nammo seems to believe that, as they recently bought out American company MAC, LLC, makers of polymer-cased composite ammunition, some of which has already been type-classified by the United States Navy. Nammo announced […] More

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    BIG Freakin’ Cartridge Test, DISCUSSION 02: What’s Next?

    This article was originally posted on Thefirearmblog.com The Big Freakin’ Cartridge Test’s first batch of 6 rounds is through, but there’s more to come. In the last post, we reflected on the test methodology, and some possible solutions. In this post, we’ll talk about what you can expect in the future. Batch 1 produced some […] More

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