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The .300 H&H Magnum cartridge was introduced in 1925 and was first loaded with cordite. Today, modern smokeless powders are used, and the round typically generates 3,000 fps with 180-grain bullets out of a 24-inch-long barrel.

.300 H&H: The First .30-Caliber Magnum

by Layne Simpson 0

The .300 H&H Magnum, sometimes referred to as Holland’s Super .30, was introduced in 1925 by the British firm Holland… more »


The 6.5-300 Weatherby Magnum

by Joseph von Benedikt 0

Weatherby’s new magnum is the biggest, fastest 6.5mm cartridge in the world. You could call it a “Formula One” cartridge…. more »


Dangerous Game Bullets

by Allan Jones 0

I became interested in dangerous-game bullet technology more than 35 years ago when a major magazine ran an article with pictures… more »


Choosing the Right Shotgun Gauge

by Layne Simpson 0

.410 Bore Like most youngsters growing up during what I fondly describe as the era of innocence, the first shotgun… more »

28 Nosler

Reviewing the .28 Nosler

by Layne Simpson 0

Shooting the new-for-2015 .28 Nosler took me back to a hunt for black bear on Vancouver Island in May of… more »


Reloading the .300 Savage

by Lane Pearce 0

The .300 Savage is an old but very capable cartridge. And the vintage rifles I used for developing my hand-loads… more »


Hollowpoints: Myths & Facts

by Allan Jones 0

My professional relationship with hollow-point handgun bullets began when the Dallas Crime Lab started getting questions about them in 1971…. more »


Reloading the .44 Magnum

by Layne Simpson 0

When the .44 Magnum was introduced in 1955, Hercules 2400 and IMR 4227 soon became the most popular powders for .44… more »


Review: RIA .22 TCM Conversion Kits

by Brad Miller, Ph.D. 0

Rock Island Armory (Armscor) now has caliber conversion kits for 1911-type and Glock (Generation 1-3) pistols to shoot the ultra… more »


Loading the .300 Whisper

by Lane Pearce 0

If you follow my column, you probably know I’m a retired aerospace engineer. Engineers are naturally curious, so my avid… more »

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