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Kevin Newberry tests the 124 grain RMR bullet in his quest to find the perfect 9mm Para load. The data is surprising.
Chris Ward offers 10 Tips to make your home a safer place.
This powder recall was originally issued in March of 2017. We believe that all of the canisters of this powder have been recovered, but have elected to run this reminder out of a surplus of caution. Please check any Hunter powder in your possession to confirm that it is not from Lot 489, bottled on 08/05/16. Please call us at 406-234-0422 if you believe that you have one of the affected bottles.
Due to and editing mistake, data for the 45 Colt was printed without an appropriate powder designation. As a result, some loads listed under Accurate #5 in the 45 Colt will produce higher than published pressures. Do not use this data.
The Shooting Guru looks at Case Prep and the tools that make it easy.
Kevin Newberry tests a heavyweight 9mm Para load that offers a nearly perfect marriage of expansion and penetration.
Handling animal calls is something they don't train you for at the police academy. They should. Just ask Jim Waddell.
While Henry and Winchester became famous for their successful lever action rifle designs, the genius who created both the system and a cartridge that changed the future of firearms sold the patent and moved on. Meet Walter Hunt and his Rocket Balls.
I RECENTLY WATCHED SEVERAL “HOW-TO” VIDEOS, ON THE SUBJECT MATTER “HOW TO MAKE ADJUSTMENTS TO YOUR RIFLE SCOPE”. ONE THING I NOTICED QUICKLY, WAS A LACK OF CLEAR EXPLANATION OF HOW TO DO IT, WHAT THE “CLICKS” INDICATED, MINUTE OF ANGLE, & JUST HOW MANY CLICKS WERE REQUIRED TO MOVE THE BULLET’S IMPACT POINT @ […]
New Data for the 300 HAM'R is available from our labs.