The Tale of Two .32 Specials
While there are commercial loads available for firearms in .32 Win. Spl., one of the joys of older rifles is developing a custom load.
25 Years with the 7 mm STW
A quarter century after first writing on the cartridge, the man behind the 7 mm STW looks back on its development.
.223 Remington Vs. 5.56: What's in a Name?
There is much confusion between the .223 Rem. and the 5.56 NATO rounds. A rifle chambered in one can fire both, but the other is considered unsafe.
Modern Bullets in Lever-Gun Cartridges
Advances in bullet design and a host of new bullet weights have stretched the performance envelope for lever-action rifles—especially for today’s handloaders.
Shooting & Loading the .300 H&H Magnum
Short and fat might be the rage, but Holland’s “Super .30”—better known as the .300 H&H Mag.—combines power and accuracy for those willing to go old school.
Soft Loads for Safari Rifles
Big-bore rifles are used for really big game, but practicing can be a pain, unless you develop reduced-recoil loads that can also be used for smaller game.
Shades of Gray: .300 Whisper & .300 AAC Blackout
There is a great deal of confusion regarding these two similar cartridges with different names. But how did they develop, and how similar are they? (11/5/2012)
Handloading the .300 WSM
The .300 WSM is a popular round for handloading because it works well with a variety of propellants and bullets for both accuracy and velocity.
Loading the 7 mm Rem. Mag.
Through the years, many cartridges have tried to oust the 7 mm Rem. Mag. as the most popular 7 mm cartridge, but they have all fallen by the wayside.
The Mighty .505 Gibbs
The .505 Gibbs has a reputation as being unsurpassed in bringing down unsociable heavyweights, such as wounded Cape buffalo and enraged elephant.
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