Winchester’s new short magnum is a big deal, offering hunters and target competitors a flat long range trajectory, reduced recoil, enhanced terminal ballistics, and impressive energy as distances increase. Today’s review is not academic; yes, I have the charts and graphs to illustrate the potential of 6.8 Western, but I also have two deer and […]
Today we’re testing the G2 from Speer out of a Sig P229. Alaskan BallisticsI’m just a regular guy who likes guns, hunting, and ballistics.
Cimarron Firearms, known for their authentic Old Western Firearm Replicas, has decided to combine a classic design with modern features for a rather unique single action, suitable for every single action collection. The first released was the Biggest Badboy of them all, the 44Magnum. Then I noticed Cimarron had recently made a new announcement, the […]
Welcome back to the ballistic gel tests series as I dive into the Barnes 127 LRX. I had been searching for multiple different types of bullets that I could use in .264 that was non-lead. Ultimately, so I could hunt in states that only allowed specific types of ammunition. With so many choices, I decided […]
Shooting the 6.5 Creedmoor and 7mm-08 in -15 Degree Weather with Federal Fusion 140gr Soft Points. Which do you think won? Put it in the Comments! Alaskan BallisticsI’m just a regular guy who likes guns, hunting, and ballistics.
Shooting the CZ Scorpion with 9mm 124gr +P. Chronograph and Ballistics Gel Test. Alaskan BallisticsI’m just a regular guy who likes guns, hunting, and ballistics.
Testing the Full Boar Lineup from Hornady .300 Blackout GMX in an 8.5" AERO PRECISION
Shooting the 165gr .40 Smith and Wesson Speer Gold Dot over the chronograph and a winter ballistics gel test with the Smith and Wesson Shield and the Sig P239.
Shooting the Grizzly Ammunition .45-70 420gr Hardcast load. Is this good Bear Protection rounds for half the price of Buffalo Bore?