If you would like to submit a story related to shooting, hunting, or handloading, we would like to read it. Please submit your story here. If it is accepted, your story will be printed on our site, with your name in the by-line.
- Book reviews
- Combat Shooting
- Competitve Shooting
- Dear Labby – Q&A's from our Lab
- Gun Cleaning
- Gun History
- Handgun Reloading Tips
- Handloading Data
- Handloading Tips
- Hunting Stories
- Internal Ballistics
- Letter to the Editor
- New Reloading Data
- Outdoor Humor
- Police Weapons
- Rifle Reloading Tips
- Shooting Stories
- Shotguns & Shotgun Shooting
- Technical Shooting
- Trophies and great groups
Reece Talley, a California Hunter's Safety instructor, shares his experiences with Blackhorn 209 while teaching another generation of hunters.
Our Readers are encouraged to share their input and opinions regarding stories that appear in this magazine. Since we like our readers to also be writers, sometimes their views and ideas may differ from ours here at Western Powders. We encourage freedom of thought here. Please read, consider and respond.
The parts are available to build inexpensive suppressors online, but when do solvent traps become a felony?
An aftermarket modification can make the original 700ML into a Blackhorn 209 shooting tack-driver.
When Pamela Geller added a “Best Cartoon of Mohammad” portion to their conference in Garland, Texas, the group chose to accept risk of retaliation in order to remind Americans that they still enjoy the right to personal expression enshrined in the Bill of Rights.
Lou Murdica wins again with LT-30 and this 10-shot, two hundred yard group.
Click on the orange “Latest Updates” box to view this data, along with all the new data available from our lab.
Don returned to his hometown of Miles City Montana last summer after serving 22 years in the Air Force. A lifelong shooting and hunting enthusiast, Don was an easy fit with our customer service staff. Thank you for your service, Don, and welcome aboard.
Fear of changes in firearms laws has led to panic buying and depleted powder supply. We’re redoubling our efforts to get propellants back to dealer shelves, and there are things you can be doing, too. As an industry, we have been through scares before. There was the Clinton era “Assault Weapons Ban” and another after […]