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CUT IN HALF: Six Popular Hunting, Shooting, and Self-Defense Rounds

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CUT IN HALF: Six Popular Hunting, Shooting, and Self-Defense Rounds

Ever wonder what ammunition and its components look like internally? Fogammo.com cut these rounds in half to show you a perspective that you may not have seen before. DISCLAIMER: Don’t try this at home. These models are for demonstration purposes only and were made by trained professionals.     223 Remington & 5.56 Nato “To the naked eye the differences are nearly indistinguishable” In the picture above: .223 rem on the LEFT, 5.56 Nato on the RIGHT. Bullet weight: 45 to 77 grains. Bullet style: Various Velocity: 2750 – 3750 fps Year Designed: 1964 This popular round was the first to be bifurcated, showing the...

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Full Auto Friday: 300 AAC Blackout 220 Grain HPBT Function Test Range Day

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Full Auto Friday: 300 AAC Blackout 220 Grain HPBT Function Test Range Day

On a recent FOG Ammunition range day our staff was able to test fire our 300 AAC Blackout Sierra 220 Grain Matchking HPBT ammunition through a APF select fire platform. Watch the quick video recap below. NOTE: Optics were not used during this function test.

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.308 Winchester Cutaway Animated GIF

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.308 Winchester Cutaway Animated GIF

Check out this animated GIF of a .308 Winchester round model that gives you an inside look at the components of this popular shooting, sporting and hunting round. We made this in the shop with a hacksaw, a couple files, belt sander, super glue, and packing tape.   The .308 Winchester Round was designed in 1952 as a derivative from the 7.62x51 NATO round. Although the two are not completely identical, they are considered safe and interchangeable by Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers Institute (SAMMI). Also, make sure to check out our deals on bulk ammo in our SHOP! Free Shipping is included with our bulk orders!...

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NEWS: New site, Design, and Product Photography

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NEWS: New site, Design, and Product Photography

For those who have been on our site before you may have noticed a few changes at Fog Firearms and Cartridge Co. One being we've launch a whole new site design and user experience! We've also added all new photography for most of our products and will continue to update as new products come down the line.   In addition our site design includes: Mobile Optimization New Logo Design Streamlined checkout Enhanced shopping cart Hi-Res Images Search Bar Side bar navigation We hope these improvements better enhance your time spent on www.fogammo.com and provide a great customer experience! If you...

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An Alternate Look at Handgun Stopping Power

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Article by Greg Ellifritz   I've been interested in firearm stopping power for a very long time. I remember reading Handguns magazine back in the late 1980s when Evan Marshall was writing articles about his stopping power studies. When Marshall's first book came out in 1992, I ordered it immediately, despite the fact that I was a college student and really couldn't afford its $39 price tag. Over the years I bought all of the rest of Marshall's books as well as anything else I could find on the subject. I even have a first edition of Gunshot Injuries by...

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