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Handloads: .30-30 Winchester

You’d think a cartridge introduced when Grover Cleveland was president would be nothing but an...

The 45-70 Gov't: History, Performance & Handloading

Here's a look at the history of the storied .45-70 Gov't cartridge that still remains...

Building a Ballistic Chronograph in 1940

Today's reloaders have it easy with Magnetospeed, Caldwell and Oehler chronographs. For handloaders in the...

Loading Bench: What’s Right With The .35 Whelen

The .35 Whelen is all about relatively heavy bullets fired at a sufficient velocity to...

Tested: Hornady’s .300 PRC

The .300 PRC cartridge was purpose-built to shoot heavy, high-ballistic-coefficient bullets at long range. So,...

Two Old Friends: Model 70 Winchesters

The story of two trusted hunting guns that became lifelong companions.

Federal Opens Ammunition Custom Shop

Federal will now load ammunition ideally suited to your center-fire rifle or shotgun—within guidelines set...

Hornady Launches New Reloading App

The “Hornady Handbook of Cartridge Reloading” is now available in app form on Apple and...

Tips & Techniques: Determining Headspace Movement When Resizing Brass

One of the tasks we accomplish when resizing a cartridge case during reloading is moving...

Forster Products: Tooling Around with Precision Focus

For a select group of shooters, including the author, half-MOA just won’t cut it, and...

Saga of the .356 Winchester

The story of the .356 Win. is a sad tale of changing hunting preferences that...

Federal Presses Its "New Look Of Authority"

Why being number one in sales and shooter credibility isn’t good enough.

By the Decade: Wiley Clapp's Favorite Handguns—The 1980s

Smith & Wesson's elegant workhorse wheelgun, the Model 57/58 in .41 Magnum, is Wiley Clapp's...

From the Loading Bench: Creedmoor Commotion

Unless you have been touring the outer reaches of the solar system, you have heard...

The Krag Is Still Relevant

The Krag, and its .30-40 Krag cartridge, enjoyed a much longer hunting life because a...

The Little Savage: .250-3000

After a century, the sun is setting on the .250-3000 Savage. Many decades ago, though,...

The .338 Winchester Magnum—Dead-On All Along

The magnum cartridge craze was at its height about 40 years ago and, at least...

Latest Loads: .308 Win.

The adage “jack of all trades” could be adapted to “jack of all (non-dangerous) hunts”...
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