Brenton USA Ranger Carbon Hunter .450 Bushmaster U.S.A. -(Ammoland.com)- Earlier this summer I wrote an article about the problems with getting an AR-15 chambered in .450 Bushmaster to run properly. I found that most of the real problems existed not with the rifle, but with the magazine. Not long afterward, I was contacted by a Michigan
Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 19 Carry Comp GRAND RAPIDS, MI USA -(Ammoland.com)- In my last article, I took a look at the beautiful Smith & Wesson Model 19 Classic. The Model 19 isn’t just a gun for those who love nostalgia, as the gun you can see here is a Model 19, but one
Model 19 Classic GRAND RAPIDS, MI USA -(Ammoland.com)- The .357 Magnum has always been a round that inspires confidence and Smith & Wesson’s Model 19 is a name that does the same. The two have been hand-in-hand since the mid 1950’s and have very famous names associated with them, such as Elmer Keith and Bill Jordan.
Ruger No. 1 Single-Shot .450 Bushmaster Rifle – Review Grand Rapids, MI USA -(Ammoland.com)- In this fifth installment of my .450 Bushmaster series, I will be taking a look at a very interesting departure from what many think a .450 BM rifle to be: the Ruger No. 1. What makes this rifle special and different from
Gun Writer Josh Wayner talks about and shoots the SIG SAUER M11-A1 9mm pistol putting it through a 1,000 round test at the range. SIG SAUER M11-A1 Pistol GRAND RAPIDS, MI USA -(Ammoland.com)- The SIG SAUER M11-A1 is a pistol that has existed in both the shadows and the spotlight of today’s military scene. In
SIG SAUER P365 High-Capacity Micro-Compact Pistol GRAND RAPIDS, MI USA -(Ammoland.com)- I admit that I was a bit surprised when I got the initial press release regarding SIG SAUER’s P365. At first glance, I wasn’t terribly impressed. I figured that it was simply just another in the lineup of single stack 9mm pocket guns that
I remember, albeit through a rosy lens, the formative days of my long range shooting interest. These were the days when I learned about the daunting nature of precision handloading and five hundred yards seemed like it may as well be as far away as Mars. I fondly recall the first time I rang steel
When I began this article I realized that I have never professionally reviewed a .380 ACP pistol. It would be safe to say that my interest in the cartridge, until this point, had been somewhat academic in that I have spent a great deal of time looking into how the .380 influenced the design of
When I started my trip into the world of the .300 Blackout I never guessed that I would end up discovering as much as I did about what would appear to be a well-established cartridge. The pistol/SBR class of AR weapons was an area that I had some experience in, but not with this caliber.