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NormaUSA Unprimed Cases

Thoughtfully designed and notably consistent, NormaUSA brass would be a good foundation for your favorite handloading recipe.

Choose one: 130- or 150-gr. bullets in the .270 Win.?

Here, the author reconsiders his bullet selection for the .270 Win.

Latest Loads: .300 Whisper

For hunting or personal protection, the .300 Whisper offers low recoil with big performance.

Latest Loads: The .41 Mag.

Originally envisaged as a law enforcement and hunting cartridge, the .41 Remington Magnum faced mixed reviews from the LE community following its 1964 introduction.

Latest Loads: .25-06 Rem.

For the one-gun rifleman who seldom pursues game larger than deer, and who also needs to rid the pasture of hogs and coyotes, there may be no better choice than the flat-shooting .25-’06 Rem.

Latest Loads: Speer Gold Dot Personal Protection 230-gr. HP

An original offering is sometimes difficult to top, and that’s exactly the case with the .45 ACP. For more than a century, 230-gr. bullets fired from the “forty-five” have proven to be the gold standard for personal protection.

Latest Loads: .303 British

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.

Latest Loads: .338 Lapua Mag.

Sometimes you do things just because you can (safely). A case in point: loading the .338 Lapua Mag. with lightweight hunting bullets.

Latest Loads: 12-GA., 2 3/4

There are certain loads that just stand out—one such recipe is found below.

Latest Loads: .32-20 Win.

Principally kept alive by cowboy action shooters and metallic silhouette handgun competitors, the now-134-year-old .32-20 Win. has capabilities that are seldom realized.

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