New Speer 10 mm Gold Dot Personal Protection Load and More

posted on January 16, 2018
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Speer is launching new products later this month, to include a new self-defense load, the Gold Dot Personal Protection 10 mm Auto. Details will follow post SHOT Show, but other new products announcements of interest to reloaders include Gold Dot Rifle Component Bullets (13 weight and caliber options), and Grand Slam Rifle Component Bullets for 6.5 mm, ,243 cal. and .257 cal Two new 224 and .308 cal. Total Metal Jacket bullet options for reloaders will also be offered. 

Also being released is the new Speer Handloading Manual No. 15. The new edition of the manual features updated recipes with the latest propellants for more than 120 legacy cartridges, as well as data for 13 new cartridges, including 204 Ruger, 6.5 Creedmoor and 300 Blackout.

 
   


For more, visit speer-ammo.com

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