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Category: Handloading Tips
Kevin Newberry takes us through the process of making .357 Shotshells that are inexpensive and useful in the field.
Kevin Newberry offers insights to maximize 9mm Para performance.
Meet Daryl Colvin, the Backyard Ballistician. Today he works his magic with a difficult project.....9mm Luger and dead soft lead bullets. His solution surprised us.
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.
Kevin Newberry tests the 124 grain RMR bullet in his quest to find the perfect 9mm Para load. The data is surprising.
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.
Not as in a boxing tournament, but my long overdue report. I believe that I mentioned in an article past that I would be focusing on this for a while. The sojourn has had some interesting side trips into discovery as well.