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  1. General Firearm Discussion
    The 357 magnum and the 44 magnum are two of the most iconic rounds in American history. Developed for similar reasons by the same individual, it's no wonder why these rounds have many similarities. However, the biggest surprise might be the apparent differences when comparing the 357 vs. 44...
  2. General Firearm Discussion
    The 45 Automatic Colt Pistol (ACP) and 44 Magnum are two powerful handgun rounds that are rarely compared. Although the bullet that each cartridge fires is separated by only a few hundredths of an inch, the terminal ballistics of the 45 ACP and 44 Mag are considerably different from one another...
  3. General Firearm Discussion
    There’s really no two ways about it: They don’t make them like Elmer Keith anymore. He was known for wearing big Stetson hats, smoking big cigars, and hunting big game with handguns long before anyone else did. In Keith’s day, handgun rounds were either big and slow or fast and small. Confronted...
  4. Ammo Cache
    Released to the American public in 1956, the .44 Remington Magnum, most commonly known as the .44 Magnum, is both an iconic and an efficient round. The result of a combined effort from gun writer and enthusiast Elmer Keith, firearms manufacturer Smith & Wesson, and Remington Arms Company, this...
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