Vermin cartridges review: Give game and song birds a chance to survive by shooting the vermin that prey on them.
Sir Edward’s intent was to develop a more environmentally friendly cartridge with better performance. By using a natural fibre wad and copper coating the shot he achieved his aim, literally.…
The game season might be finished but now’s the time to mount an onslaught against those birds and beasties which, given half a chance will steal game bird eggs and…
Shotgun cartridges: Here we clear up a few myths and mis-truths about the shotgun ammunition we use.
Speed, power and accuracy are essential for successful pest control — Bruce Potts tests six of the classic .22LR High Velocity rounds to see which is the top performer.
Pigeon shooting cartridges review: Charles of Just Cartridges zooms in on three new woodpigeon loads that deliver both great knock down power, and terrific value for money.
Bruce Potts tests a range of .22WMR cartridges, from flat-shooting loads to deep penetrators, and finds them ideal for all kinds of vermin.
.17 Hornet calibre review: Rifle expert George Wallace investigates a baby centrefire that’s been a long time in development - the .17 Hornet.
Charles of Just Cartridges looks back on some award winning game loads. Did they deserve to win?
We’ve got plenty of suitable 12-bore loads available for shooting high birds but what about the increasingly popular 20?
.35 Remington cartridge review: Modern ballistics have found solutions to many problems, but Bruce Potts finds a century-old cartridge able to stand its ground in close-range stalking.
With the exception of some budget priced 1oz clay loads the cost of cartridges continues to creep ever upward and the latest price increase on the metals market is bound…
The .22 centrefire may have a bad reputation for deer work, but with prudent bullet choice it is certainly up to the job.
The .20 Tactical calibre is often considered as the best pest control round for British shooters. Will manufacturers ever make the rifles to match it?
Why is the .22 Hornet calibre so underrated for rifle shooting? It achieves great results and is economical both with powder charges and noise.
Are 28-bore guns 'man enough' to cope with really high driven pheasants? Here, Charles carries out a very unscientific experiment to find out the answer.
.223 Remington cartridges: Developed for the US military, the .223 Remington provides the perfect vermin and small deer calibre, particularly if you are prepared to reload.
The 16-bore shotgun has always been a popular choice among shooting men on the continent.
The .17 Remington cartridge has often received mixed reviews. However, given the right situation, it is the ideal cartridge for varmint shooting.
Charles of Just Cartridges takes a look at the limited choice facing clay shooters using 20-bore guns. Will it ever change?