Ammo

We take a look at various different Ammo’s from 5.56 to .300 Blackout in our series of ammo comparison articles you’ll find non-objective facts on ammo calibers and even where to find ammo in stock.

300 Rem Ultra Mag

300 Rem Ultra Mag is Jack Sparrow’s caliber of choice because it is abbreviated 300 RUM. The 300 Remington Ultra Mag might win the award for the round with the most names: 300 Ultra Mag, 300 RUM, 300 Remington Ultra…

458 SOCOM

458 SOCOM

The 458 SOCOM has gained popularity in recent years and is a large round that was built to be shot from a modified AR-15 upper but a standard AR-15 lower. The 458 SOCOM is a chunky round and the first…

.460 S&W Magnum

.460 S&W Magnum

The .460 S&W round was created specifically for the Smith & Wesson Model 460 revolver. The .460 S&W round’s primary role is being a powerful long-range hunting cartridge for handguns, especially the S&W Model 460. .460 S&W Overview The .460…

204 Ruger

The 204 Ruger cartridge is a centerfire rifle cartridge that was introduced in 2004. The 204 Ruger was developed by Ruger, hence its name, and Hornady. In 2004 it was the second-highest velocity ammo for bullets that were .204 inches.…

45-70 Government

45-70 Headstamp

The .45-70 Government round, most commonly referred to as just 45-70, was created in 1873 by the United States Government. This round is pretty unique because most ammunition was created to meet a demand for a specific firearm or a…

.35 Remington

.35 Remington Cartridges

The year was 1906 and .35 Remington was just introduced and no one could possibly see that 115 years later this cartridge would still be in active production. However, the popularity continues to fall in lieu of other more modern…

5.56 vs 223

223 vs 5.56

If you are looking to make your first AR-15 purchase and want to buy one chambered in the popular 5.56 or .223 Remington caliber, look at the differences before making your purchase decision in this 5.56 vs. 223 comparison. We…

5.56 vs 300 Blackout

5.56 vs 300 Blackout

Not too long ago, we looked at the difference between .22LR vs. 5.56 (.223) and figured we would continue that journey. Next up, we are taking a look at 5.56 (.223) vs. 300 blackout. We will analyze a few things…