Hornady Launches New Reloading App

by
posted on October 22, 2019
hornady_app_2.jpg

Hornady has launched its “Hornady Handbook of Cartridge Reloading” in app form on Apple and Android stores. Like the hard cover and eBook versions, the new Hornady reloading app provides the novice to the seasoned hand loader everything needed to successfully reload a variety of handgun and rifle cartridges. 

Included with the free download are hundreds of pages of reloading information, bullet guides, tips and techniques plus limited free data on recent offerings like the 6 mm Creedmoor, 6.5 PRC and 300 PRC. A reloader only pays for the information he chooses. Reloading information is available for download in three ways: Á la carte; purchase the entire handbook;or subscription based.

Those who select the “a la carte” option are able to purchase the cartridge or cartridges they need for $.99 each.

If a user decides to purchase the entire handbook for $19,99, he will receive the “10th Edition Hornady Handbook of Cartridge Reloading” in app form.

The subscription option gives users who pay $19.99 per year for full access to the 10th Edition data, plus all the new data developed for the next edition and automatic updates as more data is developed. Plus, as a subscriber, he’ll receive a printed edition of the “11th Edition of the Hornady Handbook of Cartridge Reloading” upon its released (estimated fall 2020).

The app features more than 200 calibers with a variety of loads using Hornady bullets, including A-Tip Match, ELD Match and ELD-X bullets. Velocity and powder charts are included with each cartridge for easy reference. Reloaders will find an impressive lineup of new powders including, Power Pro 2000 MR, IMR4451 and 7977, CFE Pistol, BE-86, Reloader 23, 26, 33 and 50, Accurate LT-30 and 32 and some offerings from Shooters World. Popular established powders like Reloader 17, Superformance and LeverEvolution have also been expanded.

For more information regarding the Hornady Reloading App, visit hornady.com/reloadingapp.

Latest

Rock Island Armory TM22
Rock Island Armory TM22

Review: Rock Island Armory TM22

In 2021, Rock Island Armory shook things up in the defensive-pistol world when it launched the aluminum-based STK100, and in 2022 the company continues its commitment to “Total Metal” firearm construction with the TM22 rimfire rifle.

The Armed Citizen® March 27, 2023

Read today's "The Armed Citizen" entry for real stories of law-abiding citizens, past and present, who used their firearms to save lives.

New For 2023: Marlin Model 336 Classic

The first Marlin 336 introduced under Ruger's ownership will be the "Classic," and the model remains true to the original design, albeit with a few subtle updates.

In The Fold With ArmaLite

The Tech Files, dating back to the early 20th century, are a treasure trove for editorial researchers looking for unique firearm facts. File folders from the industry’s best-known manufacturers to the smallest of firms contain company literature, photographs, blueprints, drawings, schematics and more.

Product Preview: Peet SafeKeeping Dryer

Peet is primarily known for its line of shoe dryers and odor-eliminating products, but the company also offers a dehumidifier model intended for use inside gun cabinets and safes, to help fend off the formation of rust and the damage to your firearms that it can cause.

The .380 ACP: History & Performance

Despite disagreements surrounding the .380 ACP cartridge's performance, its history shows it to be a popular, effective round, because people have always enjoyed small, easy-to-carry pistols that can be quickly deployed.

Interests



Get the best of American Rifleman delivered to your inbox.