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Category: New Reloading Data
Bob Shell works his magic with Blackhorn 209 in some very surprising cartridges.
Dangerous game rifles are powerful. They are also tremendously accurate if you take the time to learn the tricks to manage recoil. John Noak offers his insights into handling the heavy hitters.
Anyone who hates snakes as much as I do will tell you that those CCI shot loads for pistols are useful items.
Jim Waddell shares his experiences with the .22 Hornet.
One of the major goals has been to come up with something that is a significant boost in performance over the 5.56, but requires the least amount of proprietary hardware to make it work. Enter the .277 Wolverine.
An aftermarket modification can make the original 700ML into a Blackhorn 209 shooting tack-driver.
The .300 Blackout is a great cartridge but, given the right circumstances, will headspace in a 5.56 chamber. Here is how and why the .300 Blackout can be a Dangerous Mismatch.
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.
Tom Badham continues his look at heavy bullet loadings in the .223 Remington.