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If you purchased Ramshot Hunter powder after August, 2016, check to confirm that you do not have Lot 489. Information can be found on the back of the one pound bottle.
Will Scherer shares his love of the 6X45, another useful wildcat based on the .223 Remington.
Two cases nested together caused problems for an experienced handloader. By Jeremy Brown
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Andrew Jarvis discusses what makes a match-grade barrel.
A Blackhorn 209 Expert looks at Barrel Length and Velocity.
Chances are that all you will need to do is lube a .30-06 case and resize it in the full-length sizer die, trim and then chamfer in order to have a supply of good quality, reasonably inexpensive brass for that old Mauser.
The .22/243 Win. wildcat is fast and flat. The .358 Winchester is more at home in the deep woods where its heavy bullet is more than a match for deer and black bears. They are both based on the .308 Winchester case. Which is more efficient?
Andrew Jarvis of Jarvis Inc., explains why the company does not endorse handloaded 5.7X28mm cartridges in their barrels.