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A retirement gift becomes a labor of love.
Jeremy Brown had an accidental double charge. It left an impression on him and his Smith and Wesson 329 as well.
Badger Ridge Industries comes through again, modernizing the breech plug system for the much-liked Ruger 77/50.
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
Bob Shell works his magic with Blackhorn 209 in some very surprising cartridges.
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By Jerry Sinkovec We move through it, we shoot through it and we breathe it. It’s air. But it’s something most shooters never think about when they are competing in a sporting clays competition or even in practice. It is something we should consider when shooting above 3,000 feet. At 3,000 feet the air density […]
Will Sherer walks us through making one of the greatest small caliber wildcats, the accurate and easy shooting .20 VarTarg.
Jim Waddell loads one of his favorites, the .222 Remington.