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              By Shooting Times Staff Report    Designed for taking both lightweight and

RWS .308 ID Classic Ammo

Shooting Times Staff Report - January 04, 2011

By Shooting Times Staff Report Designed for taking both lightweight and

In my quixotic quest for a simple answer to the military cartridge question, I have learned a great deal about one of my favorite metric cartridges, the 6x45mm.

A Modest Proposal

Greg Rodriguez - January 04, 2011

In my quixotic quest for a simple answer to the military cartridge question, I have learned a...

Layne started shooting the .25-06 Remington when it was a wildcat more than four decades ago, and it's still one of his favorite hunting cartridges.

My First .25-06 And My Last .25-06

Layne Simpson - January 04, 2011

Layne started shooting the .25-06 Remington when it was a wildcat more than four decades ago,...

Quick Shot.

Shooting Chrony

J. Guthrie - January 04, 2011

Quick Shot.

              By Mike Nischalke    Shooting Times is pleased to welcome Allan Jones as a regular

Forensic Examiner Joins Shooting Times

Mike Nischalke - January 04, 2011

By Mike Nischalke Shooting Times is pleased to welcome Allan Jones as a...

          Practical Reloading    By Lane  Pearce    Lane substituted different Small Rifle primers

How Important Is SD?

Lane Pearce - January 04, 2011

Practical Reloading By Lane Pearce Lane substituted different Small Rifle...

Hornady's Dave Emary often reminds me that if you record velocities that exceed the reloading manual's numbers by 100 or even 50 fps, you're almost surely exceeding safe pressures.

Pushing the Limit

Lane Pearce - January 04, 2011

Hornady's Dave Emary often reminds me that if you record velocities that exceed the reloading...

Sometimes a handloading project throws you some curve balls, even if you are an aerospace engineer.

Going To Extra Measures

Lane Pearce - January 04, 2011

Sometimes a handloading project throws you some curve balls, even if you are an aerospace...

              By Lane  Pearce    Everyone agrees that powder charging is an important step in the

The Most Important Handloading Operation

Lane Pearce - January 04, 2011

By Lane Pearce Everyone agrees that powder charging is an important step in...

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