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Name all of the cartridges, including wildcats that are based on these parent cases. The winner gets a complete custom cleaning kit for the firearm of their choosing from our Montana X-Treme line of cleaning products.
Chances are that all you will need to do is lube a .30-06 case and resize it in the full-length sizer die, trim and then chamfer in order to have a supply of good quality, reasonably inexpensive brass for that old Mauser.
Jim Waddell loads for an old favorite, The .25-20 Winchester.
Jim Waddell tells the story of Ben Thorn, California's 6-Gun Sheriff.
The .22/243 Win. wildcat is fast and flat. The .358 Winchester is more at home in the deep woods where its heavy bullet is more than a match for deer and black bears. They are both based on the .308 Winchester case. Which is more efficient?
Gene Haynes says he isn't much of a writer, but he is wrong. Great writers tell stories from the heart and Gene has much to say.
Dear Labby, Can you give a little detail to the piezo transducer and it’s operation? How does it function? Where would you screw it into on the M1 Garand. The AR-15? The 1911? Thanks, Bill M.
Custom tight-necked chambers can cause unexpected pressures Learn the cues and how-to's to avoid this potential problem.
Why does a bullet raise up? When you plug in your bullet into a computer it’s always high for a while and then low. My friend says that its spin makes it roll up above where you aim in the first fifty yards and then it drops back down. Is that right?
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