Fairfax, VA –-(Ammoland.com)- What do you get when a premier bullet manufacturer teams up with a well-known manufacturer of AR-platform rifles?
The Nosler/Noveske Varmageddon, Shooting Illustrated’s cover gun for the June issue, on newsstands now, is a rifle greater than the sum of its parts. With an all-star lineup of components featuring brands like Geissele, Magpul, Troy Industries and Vltor, the Varmageddon raises the bar for performance and accuracy.
“Although it’s marketed as a varmint-hunting rifle, the Varmageddon will excel at almost any task an AR-15 is asked to perform,” writes Ammo Editor Richard Mann. “Nosler and Noveske deserve a thumbs-up for configuring a versatile platform.”
Of course you’ll use hearing protection when shooting the Varmageddon on the range, but have you considered ear protection for home defense? Bryce M. Towsley explores the often-overlooked benefits of employing electronic hearing protection in a home-defense scenario. From safeguarding you from the disorienting effects of gunfire to enhancing the sounds of nearby threats, and establishing a hands-free means of communicating with police and other family members, the seven models Towsley reviews can provide an advantage that keeps you in the fight.
The June issue also includes tests of a suppressor-ready, tactical turnbolt chambered in .300 AAC Blackout and a laser-equipped North American Arms mini-revolver that holds five rounds of .22 WMR. Get tips on carrying concealed in an ankle holster, and learn how to make the most out chronograph data.
Look for these articles and more in the June issue of Shooting Illustrated, The Definitive Source for the Modern Shooter, at a newsstand near you. You can also subscribe by calling (877) 223-3840.
For more information: visit www.ShootingIllustrated.com