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              By Lane  Pearce    The powders on the left may cause unintended consequences, whileThe Practicality Of Reduced .308 Loads

The Practicality Of Reduced .308 Loads

By Lane Pearce The powders on the left may cause unintended consequences,

Lane Pearce

For pure hunting fun, don't overlook the rimfires.The Short & Long Of Hunting With The Rimfires

The Short & Long Of Hunting With The Rimfires

For pure hunting fun, don't overlook the rimfires.

Layne Simpson

              By Joseph von Benedikt    My favorite powder for the .30-06 is H4831, but RichardHandloading For The Kimber 84L

Handloading For The Kimber 84L

By Joseph von Benedikt My favorite powder for the .30-06 is H4831, but Richard

Joseph von Benedikt

When it comes to bear hunting, having the right equipment is not only important--it is vital.Rx For Bears

Rx For Bears

When it comes to bear hunting, having the right equipment is not only important--it is vital.

Layne Simpson

Handloaders can now safely duplicate the performance of Hornady Superformance and Leverevolution ammunition.Hodgdon Announces New Super Powders

Hodgdon Announces New Super Powders

Handloaders can now safely duplicate the performance of Hornady Superformance and

Scott E. Mayer

Hornady originally designed the 6.5 Creedmoor for match shooters who load long, heavy-for-caliber bullets in their 6.5s.Ruger Takes On The Creedmoor

Ruger Takes On The Creedmoor

Hornady originally designed the 6.5 Creedmoor for match shooters who load long,

Greg Rodriguez

The .30-40 Krag (a.k.a. 30 Army) was adopted by the U.S. military in 1892. It was the first small-bore military cartridge adopted by the U.S. military.Favorite Loads: Hot Off The Press .30-40 Krag

Favorite Loads: Hot Off The Press .30-40 Krag

The .30-40 Krag (a.k.a. 30 Army) was adopted by the U.S. military in 1892. It was the first

Lane Pearce

Any cartridge that is nearly 140 years old and still popular gets my attention and my respect.Ballistician's Notebook: The .45-70 Government

Ballistician's Notebook: The .45-70 Government

Any cartridge that is nearly 140 years old and still popular gets my attention and my respect.

Allan Jones

Pointed bullets, Mauser M2 pistol, split case necks and more!Ask The Experts: Sept. 2010

Ask The Experts: Sept. 2010

Pointed bullets, Mauser M2 pistol, split case necks and more!

Because of the recent scarcity of just about all factory-loaded ammunition, especially the .380 ACP....380 ACP The Easy Way

.380 ACP The Easy Way

Because of the recent scarcity of just about all factory-loaded ammunition, especially the

Lane Pearce

How the incredible cartridge case is made is quite a story.Making Brass

Making Brass

How the incredible cartridge case is made is quite a story.

              By Lane  Pearce    Making 7.65 Mauser cases out of .30-06 brass requires a bit ofNothing's More Rewarding than Handloading

Nothing's More Rewarding than Handloading

By Lane Pearce Making 7.65 Mauser cases out of .30-06 brass requires a bit of

Lane Pearce

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