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Kevin Newberry loads for the RMR Plated Hollow Point and 140 grain Hornady XTP.
Do suppressors increase velocity? Using this combination of suppressor, pistol and ammunition, the answer was yes.
Dillon Precision's Ron Colvin shows the simple steps needed to make a Bullet-to-Lands gauge. This simple trick will help you make you a better handloader.
The Guru has a gift for his son-in-law, a sporterized Mosin Nagant. Here are the skills, tricks and tips that made it a reality.
Handloading two great RMR bullets in the 357 Magnum.
Dillon Precision's Ron Colvin looks at the .223 Remington and 5.56 NATO to highlight their similarities and differences.
The Guru answers questions on Smith and Wesson revolver maintenance.
Handloaders may be overlooking a simple safety precaution. Chris Ward gloves up to tell us why.
Ron Colvin, along with his brother Daryl, are two of the most technically accomplished handloaders you could hope to meet. This look at primer cratering at relatively low pressures is a masterwork on the subject.