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This short-action magnum cartridge - 6.5 PRC - from Hornady is an excellent hunting cartridge and fun to reload.6.5 PRC Best 6.5mm Hunting Cartridge?

6.5 PRC Best 6.5mm Hunting Cartridge?

Joseph von Benedikt - June 28, 2018

This short-action magnum cartridge - 6.5 PRC - from Hornady is an excellent hunting cartridge...

Properly stored in a relatively cool environment, the shelf life of your handloads, primers, and propellants should be many, many years.How Long Will Your Handloads Survive?

How Long Will Your Handloads Survive?

Shooting Times Online Editors - June 01, 2018

Properly stored in a relatively cool environment, the shelf life of your handloads, primers,...

This rimmed battle round - .303 British - started as a blackpowder cartridge in the late 19th century and served the British Empire for nearly seven decades. It's still around today; here's some basic history and load data information..303 British History and Handloading Information

.303 British History and Handloading Information

Allan Jones - June 01, 2018

This rimmed battle round - .303 British - started as a blackpowder cartridge in the late 19th...

Lyman Products is introducing three new reloading presses in 2018, including the Brass Smith Ideal Press and the Brass Smith Victory Press.Lyman Products Reloading Kits Include Essential Tools to Start Reloading

Lyman Products Reloading Kits Include Essential Tools to Start Reloading

Shooting Times Online Editors - April 24, 2018

Lyman Products is introducing three new reloading presses in 2018, including the Brass Smith...

When handloading a snubnose revolver, the proper powder-and-bullet recipe is critical because you are trying to balance two opposing performance criteria.Handloading the .38 Special for Snubnose Revolvers

Handloading the .38 Special for Snubnose Revolvers

Lane Pearce - April 18, 2018

When handloading a snubnose revolver, the proper powder-and-bullet recipe is critical because...

While its ancestry sometimes causes shooters and reloaders to default to .30-06 powders, because of its capacity-to-bore-diameter ratio, propellants engineered for the .308 Winchester are ideal and will eke more performance out of the .35 Whelen..35 Whelen Load Data - A Practical Powerhouse

.35 Whelen Load Data - A Practical Powerhouse

Joseph von Benedikt

While its ancestry sometimes causes shooters and reloaders to default to .30-06 powders,...

Using Ramshot Enforcer and 230-grain bullets, .45 ACP muzzle velocities over 1,000 FPS at safe, standard-level pressures are possible.45 ACP Fast Loads

45 ACP Fast Loads

Brad Miller, Ph.D. - January 02, 2018

Using Ramshot Enforcer and 230-grain bullets, .45 ACP muzzle velocities over 1,000 FPS at...

Reducing the power of .44 Magnum handloads can be easily and safely accomplished, but some attention needs to be paid to certain aspects.Loading Down the .44 Magnum Safely

Loading Down the .44 Magnum Safely

Lane Pearce - December 05, 2017

Reducing the power of .44 Magnum handloads can be easily and safely accomplished, but some...

Static electricity in a reloading setting can be of concern. Here's how to deal with it.Static Electricity and the Reloader

Static Electricity and the Reloader

Allan Jones - November 30, 2017

Static electricity in a reloading setting can be of concern. Here's how to deal with it.

How to make .243 cases from .308 brass? Using a Hornady .243 Win. full-length sizer die, I reformed a couple pieces of each. I had no problems with the new commercial brass; however, the case neck thickness increased to 0.014+ inch.How to Make .243 Cases from .308 Brass, Successfully

How to Make .243 Cases from .308 Brass, Successfully

Lane Pearce - November 16, 2017

How to make .243 cases from .308 brass? Using a Hornady .243 Win. full-length sizer die, I...

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