I recently learned about SOCOM’s latest Advanced Sniper Rifle and the three cartridges that the rifle will support. Like any other avid ballistics nerd, I couldn’t resist comparing the ballistics between the 308 Win, 300 Norma Mag, and the 338 Norma Mag.
2020 has limited my opportunities to try out and write about new firearm experiences, so instead I’m writing about firearms I’ve tried in the past and haven’t written about. Here is a bit about the Daniel Defense DD5 V1 (an AR-10).
Hog hunting with an AR-platform rifle makes a lot of sense to a lot of folks, including me. This begs the question, what common AR-platform cartridge is suited to the task? 5.56 NATO, .300 Blackout, or .308 Winchester?
Here is a comparison between the .308 Winchester, .300 Winchester Magnum, and the .338 Winchester Magnum for hunting applications.
If you could only have one rifle to fulfill all my needs, what would it be? At first I thought my answer would be an AR-10, turns out it’s an AR-15.
.308 Winchester or 6.5 Creedmoor? There is a difference, but it’s not as big as those engaging in heated debates over it would like you to believe.
Take a list of available cartridges, filter out those whose ballistic capabilities are insufficient for the application, and sort by preference. That’s how I match my cartridge to the hunt.
I’m a big proponent of trying before buying a firearm as it tends to eliminate the chance of buying a gun that is just going to end collecting dust. Trust me, it does happen. I have at least three firearms that I would be happy to get rid […]
I recently purchased a new bolt-action rifle chambered for the 6.5mm Creedmoor cartridge and some friends have been asking why I specifically selected that cartridge. So I will attempt to answer that.
Went on my third hunt this past weekend and just like the previous hunts, it didn’t quite go as planned. But that’s part of the adventure. Some times one comes home empty handed and other times one comes home with less harvest than intended. This time I came […]