The 6.5 PRC is a Hard-Hitting, Long-Range Round for Hunting and Competition The story behind the newest factory short-mag By John B. Snow, and Dave Emary

The 6.5 PRC in all its glory.Bill Buckley The 6.5 PRC from Hornady might seem like a new cartridge, but it has been a long time in the making—since 2013, in fact. The driving force behind its development was George Gardner, owner of GA Precision, who was looking to create a hard-hitting long-range round for … Continue reading “The 6.5 PRC is a Hard-Hitting, Long-Range Round for Hunting and Competition The story behind the newest factory short-mag By John B. Snow, and Dave Emary”

Firearm of the Week, the Smith and Wesson Model 10 .38 Special By CTD Allen

Less flash and more substance please. Things in the firearms community have gotten way out of control. Double-barreled 1911’s, Tactical lever-action 30-30 rifles, pistols with bayonets, and internet gun snobs who hide behind usernames, where does it end? There was a time when a gun just fired bullets and the measure of success was determined … Continue reading “Firearm of the Week, the Smith and Wesson Model 10 .38 Special By CTD Allen”