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Category: Dear Labby – Q&A’s from our Lab
Are you curious how barrel length impacts velocity? So were we. Luckily we have a ballistics lab and a machine shop at our disposal.
We were able to round up four more firearms for testing with our Form 1 suppressor. Here are the results.
From the simple to the sublime, the Guru is back answering your questions.
Write to us with your ballistics and shooting questions. Dear Labby is here to help.
The .30 Herrett was one of the great wildcats of the 70s and 80s. It is still a terrific cartridge.
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?
Can you make two very different loads, one for heavy game and the other for small deer, work with just one scope setting? Yes you can and Dave Whitney is just the guy to explain how.
Neck-turning is time consuming and requires special tools, but it can enhance your rifles's accuracy if done correctly.
Anyone who hates snakes as much as I do will tell you that those CCI shot loads for pistols are useful items.
.300 Blackout cartridges are still rare compared to the number of .223/5.56 cases that often litter public shooting ranges. Using those, you can make your own .300 Blackouts for free. All it takes is a form die, a hacksaw, a file and bit of spare time on your hands.