June 2009 Feature Article:
Thinking back several decades, I remember one of my early visits to a gun shop. I was hoping to buy some ammunition for a new hunting rifle. Leaning over the gun counter, I was confused. Subconsciously scratching my head, I wasn't sure what to do next. I scanned from left to right, then back and forth several times. The first thing I noticed was the labeling.
"Fine," I thought to myself, "I'll start with a popular brand."
Names like Winchester, Federal, and Remington were familiar. As a neophyte hunter, it was all so new and, frankly, a bit overwhelming.
"A bullet is a bullet," I thought to myself, "why are there so many different ones on the shelf?" Read more...
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