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Tag: .300 Winchester Magnum

LocaCarnivore Test and Review: PPU .300 Winchester Magnum 180 Grain Soft-Point

Prvi Partizan is a Serbian munitions maker established in 1928. Sold in the United States under the PPU brand, their ammunition is among the lowest priced available. With its no frills packaging and understated marketing, many American shooters believe it Read More

7mm Remington Magnum: The Velvet Hammer (LocaCarnivore Expert)

The year is 1962.  American shooters and hunters are gripped by a mighty force—Magnum Fever.  This syndrome, characterized by a never satisfied desire for greater and greater bullet velocity, stalked the land since 1956 when Winchester introduced the .458 Winchester Read More

Crimp Your Cartridges! (The Factory Secret For Better Loads)

A worrisome thought occurred to me as I pulled the last .300 Winchester Magnum cartridge from my rifle’s magazine after a successful whitetail hunt in Montana.  The rounds looked odd, not right in the least.  Good news–bad news.  Good news, Read More

LocaCarnivore Expert: Best .300 Magnum [Virtual Shootout]

There are many magnum hunting cartridges, but those which use .30 caliber bullets are by far the most popular. The “Fast Thirties,” as famed gun writer Craig Boddington calls them, have always captivated hunters. They combine flat trajectories with tremendous Read More

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