Less common in game fields and ranges now than ever in the past, the modest-pressure .303 British nonetheless remains a phenomenal cartridge for dropping animals, ringing steel targets and punching paper. Consider this: When using the recipe below, the economical, flat-base, Hornady 150-gr. InterLock bullet has a trajectory similar to a 180-gr. projectile from the .30-’06 Sprg. Would anyone question the virtue of that all-American cartridge? I think not. And, Hodgdon’s CFE-223 has an additive that deters copper fouling, which keeps your Brit spiffy. Cheers!
Latest Loads: .303 British
Born from a desire for a faster and flatter shooting cartridge, the .32-20 Winchester Center Fire cartridge came to the world stage at the end of the 19th century as a popular option for revolvers and lever-action rifles alike, but its popularity eventually dwindled as the 20th century progressed.
This fall season of the USA Clay Target League has reached new heights, with a record breaking 651 high school and college teams, equating to 11,783 of the young enthusiasts, participating.