Ruger Vaquero Birds Head .44 Magnum/.44 Special U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- Just when I thought I was done straining my wrists firing more .44 Magnum ammunition than a normal, sane person fires in a lifetime, I got a package at my FFL. Turns out I had one more to go. Now, I will tell you honestly that
SIG SAUER MPX Copperhead U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- I was very excited when SIG SAUER first sent out their press release for the new MPX Copperhead. The gun was so startling in appearance that I thought it was a hoax at first. When it proved to be the real deal, I heard that it was a dangerous
Precision Rifle Company Michigan Mjolnir .450 Bushmaster U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- I have been covering the .450 Bushmaster here on AmmoLand since this past summer and have had the opportunity to test and build some great guns. Some of these projects proved difficult to perfect, but others were ready to go right from the box. This rifle
IWI Tavor X95 in .300 Blackout U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- The bullpup rifle has always had a hard time clicking with the American consumer. While the layout has been around for quite some time, the execution of many a design has failed to attract more than a passing “that’s cool” from end users. All that changed with
SIG SAUER P320-M17 U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- The fighting guns of the United States Army holds a special significance to nearly all groups in our country. Some despise them and others hold them in reverence. In the gun world, we tend to do both, but for our own reasons. Today we are looking at the civilian version
Smith & Wesson Model 629 .44 Magnum GRAND RAPIDS, MI USA -(Ammoland.com)- When it comes to .44 Magnum, the first gun that most people imagine is the Smith & Wesson Model 29, of course in the hands of Dirty Harry himself. The revolver is a huge part of American pop culture and is instantly recognizable,
Smith and Wesson Model 69 Combat Magnum .44 Mag – Review GRAND RAPIDS, MI USA -(Ammoland.com)- I have often found myself in conversation, be it at the range or gun store, debating why more people don’t carry the .44 Magnum on a regular basis. It is a great cartridge and is legendary for its performance
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.