Featured by Ron Spomer

The .222 died, but it also became the parent case for a variety of now famous rifle cartridges.
The .22 Hornet wasn't even close to the .220 Swift when it came to muzzle velocity.
The .45/70s power comes from mass not speed.
A hunting rifle and western hunting gear on a deer skin.
A lineup of several rifle ammunition tips on a table.
A rifle cartridge next to an emptied cartridge and bullet and gunpowder.
A hunter in orange and camo aims a rifle in a field.
A lineup of rifle cartridges on a table.
A woman rifle shooter aims a rifle at a shooting range.
A man using a tripod to aim a rifle.