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10mm vs. .45 ACP+P (Thor’s Hammer Takes on G.I. Joe)

There’s no middle ground when it comes to the 10mm Auto. Shooters either love it—some to rapture—or they deride it as overrated and unnecessary. For a long time the doubters almost prevailed. Introduced in 1983, the “Ten” drew little initial Read More

.44 Remington Magnum (Still the Best Big-Bore Magnum?)

“But being this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world, and would blow your head clean off, you’ve got to ask yourself one question: ‘Do I feel lucky?’” With those immortal words, actor Clint Eastwood elevated Read More

LocaCarnivore Expert: 10 Reasons Why the .357 Magnum is King

The United States in 1934 stood at the abyss. The Great Depression had ruined countless lives. Families lived in shanty towns and drifted across the Great Plains toward California or any place which held the slightest hope they could reverse Read More

Hot Handgun Hunting Action (10mm Auto v. Wild Hogs)

Handgun hunting is, without a doubt, a fantastic challenge.  You have to get in close–bow hunting close.  It’s also much harder to hit well with a handgun.  To make it even more difficult, try to ground stalk you prospective dinner.  Read More

Handheld Howitzers (.454 Casull, .460 S&W, .480 Ruger, .500 S&W)

Almost five decades ago, Clint Eastwood uttered the immortal lines, “…being this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world and would blow your head clean off, you’ve gotta ask yourself one question: ‘Do I feel lucky?’”  Read More

Speer Pumps Up the 10mm with 200 Grain Gold Dot

The 10mm Auto cartridge has had its ups and downs, as I detailed in The 10mm: Thor’s Hammer for Semi-Auto Pistols a few months ago.  In its original incarnation, as loaded by Norma, this hot round propelled a 200 grain Read More

.45 Colt, .44 Special, .38 Super (Old-School Hunters and Gunfighters)

In 2017, the FBI stunned the defensive shooting world. They abandoned the .40 Smith & Wesson, a cartridge to which the Bureau had given birth in the 1990s, and announced their agents would now carry 9mm pistols. Cue the never Read More

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