In this review, gun journalist Josh Wayner channels his inner Elmer Keith and puts S&W’s stainless Model 629 in .44 Magnum to the test, with favorable results.
In this gun review, outdoor journalist Josh Wayner takes a look at the S&W Model 69 Combat Magnum, which may very well be the best general-use .44 caliber revolver made.
In this AmmoLand exclusive, reporter Josh Wayner reviews the brand new, Michigan-made Brenton USA Ranger Carbon Hunter rifle chambered in .450 Bushmaster.
When it comes time for the winter blues consider this Brownells BRN-22 Receiver .22LR Military Trainer rifle build. It is relatively inexpensive & can be accomplished in under an hour.
If you decide to go with a revolver for carrying, the Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 19 Carry Comp is a prime choice that evenly balances power with performance.
Gun Writer Josh Wayner takes a trip back to the future and reviews Smith & Wesson’s new Model 19 Classic in .357 Magnum
In this installment of his .450 Bushmaster series, Gun Writer Josh Wayner reviews the Ruger No. 1 chambered in .450 Bushmaster, a solid, accurate, and compact rifle for the modern hunter.
In the forth installment of his .450 Bushmaster series, Gun Writer Josh Wayner talks new .450 loads, accuracy, and tuning a rifle for accuracy using this excellent cartridge.
The PR4 is a medium sized knife by my standards at a length of 8.9”.
In this addition to the .450 Bushmaster series, we troubleshoot the serious issues with the cartridge in AR magazines and how Tromix came up with a real fix.
Josh Waner builds a .450 Bushmaster AR-15 Hunting rifle from off the shelf parts, but the build runs into trouble. Keep reading this series & see what the issues were and how they can be resolved.
Gun Writer Josh Wayner talks about and shoots the SIG SAUER M11-A1 9mm pistol putting it through a 1,000 round test at the range.
Gun Writer Josh Wayner kicks off his new .450 Bushmaster series in this article. Stay tuned to see reviews of new .450 rifles, ammunition, and gear, including a custom rifle, build!
In this review, Gun Writer Josh Wayner takes a look at the SIG SAUER X-Carry, a pistol that was recently selected by the Danish military and is commercially available right now.
Gun Writer Josh Wayner reviews the brand new Sig Sauer P365 and tests it with ammunition and a holster, also from Sig Sauer, to see how a true turnkey carry gun performs.
In part 2 of his Remington 700 custom build, gun writer Josh Wayner finishes the rifle with parts supplied by Brownell’s and fires the rifle at long range.
Seasoned CMP competitor and gun writer Josh Wayner puts four 1903 Springfield rifles to the test with both factory and handloaded ammo to show what can be achieved using today’s best components.
When I began this project there was a clear aim in mind: build the best Remington 700-based rifle as I could using a method that was easily accessible to you, my audience.
The Sig P238 Emperor Scorpion model is pure reliability and class. Oh, and it’s accurate. Very accurate. The first thing that you will notice about the gun is the attractive black-and-tan appearance.
The Sig Sauer Fastback 1911 Emperor Scorpion is a modern .45 that delivers superb performance and features while not compromising on tradition and history.
Building and using a .300 BLK unsuppressed in a pistol or SBR form is a handy and effective means of self-defense and a friend on the trail.
We are, of course, not talking about ballistic trajectory, but rather the upward sales and popularity curve and the resulting technological gains in terms of subsonic bullet design.
The .300 Blackout isn’t a fad and it will only continue to gain popularity as more and more shooters recognize the benefits.
In this article, I compare the most advanced .300 Blackout AR-15 I could build, and a rifle designed around the .300 BLK cartridge, the SIG SAUER MCX Virtus.
In this short article series, I am going to delve into the dramatic changes and efforts made in the realm of .300 Blackout ammunition