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Category: Internal Ballistics
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.
Following up on Shea's Survival Arsenal, Bart looks at Suppressed, Downloaded, and Combat loads for the .38 Special, .308 Winchester, .223 Remington and the 12 Gauge shotgun.
Competitive Three-Gun shooter, Sterling White offers tips on getting range brass back into shooting condition.
One of our favorite writers, Bill Craig, is back with a look at the .223 Ackley Improved.
Blackhorn 209 loads for the Remington Ultimate Muzzleloader.
Write to us with your ballistics and shooting questions. Dear Labby is here to help.
The parts are available to build inexpensive suppressors online, but when do solvent traps become a felony?
Roger Johnson explains how to paperpatch bullets.
The fact that .38 Specials can be fired in a .357 Magnum chamber is well known. Why they are called .38s is a little more obscure.