Early on in our lifetime at Haus of Guns we had some valuable support from a heavy hitter in the “in-stock” online ammo game via Luckygunner.com. We’ve published multiple ammo reviews that they’ve sponsored and Luckygunner has even helped contribute ammo for gun reviews such as the KRISS Vector Carbine and the Regent R200s 1911 (the Fiocchi Canned Heat ammo review is a prime example of both aspects) in .45 ACP.
I received direct word last night that Luckygunner is now entering the ammo blogging world and have their first article published on the blogosphere and ready for public consumption. Proving they mean business, the Lab team has chosen a doozy of a topic for their first assignment titled “5.56 vs. .223 – What You Know May be Wrong.” The first post is lengthy but chocked full of information clearing the air of myths thanks to ACTUAL data rather than warped speculation you may have heard from a gun counter employee that never actually shoots.
Thankfully too, the article has a quick summary quote box for those of you who may choose to ignore the technical jargon in favor of the end result. The Luckygunner Labs team has obviously put a great deal of research and legwork into their findings of both quality barrels and the process that goes into consistent safe firing of multiple types of ammo, and the range time required for finding details on the ammo’s relationships with the barrels. Along with their in-stock ammo deals, I’m guessing this will be a great addition to the online industry development and helpful information gathering to make your dollars better spent and your range time more effective.
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