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Sierra Bullets Infinity Mobile Software Preview

Sierra Bullets Infinity Mobile Software Preview

Sierra .30-cal., 165-gr. HPBT GameKing Bullets

Sierra's .30-cal.,165-gr. BTHP GameKing defines value and performance in a big-game bullet.

A Worthwhile Wildcat: The .250 Savage Ackley Improved

The .250 Savage Ackley Improved wildcat cartridge offers remarkable downrange performance from a small package, boasting excellent external and terminal ballistics with minimal propellant usage, long case and barrel life, and modest recoil.

Sierra Bullets Infinity 7 Exterior Ballistics Software

For shots made beyond point-blank range, a little computational assistance is appreciated-and for hits on targets at extreme range, can even become essential.

Loading The Versatile .308 Winchester

The .308 Winchester provides middle-of-the-road ballistic performance, yet produces first-rate utility.

Unsung Hero: The Mk 248 MOD 1

The .300 Win. Mag. cartridge was a veritable game-changer in the military sniping community—especially in its latest incarnation, the Mk 248 MOD 1. Here’s how it was developed and what handloaders can learn from it.

Sierra 95-Grain FMJ Tournament Master: Penny-Pinching Premium Performance

Owners of .380 ACP-chambered pistols are accustomed to it; however, paying significantly more per round for practice and plinking ammunition than do bearers of 9 mm Luger pistols still stings.

Tested: Sierra GameChanger Bullets

Sierra Bullets has paired the accuracy of its MatchKing bullets with the traits of a big-game bullet to create a hunting bullet the company believes will become a game-changer in the hunting fields.

The Little Savage: .250-3000

After a century, the sun is setting on the .250-3000 Savage. Many decades ago, though, the Savage cartridge was extremely popular and chambered in a variety of rifles, from bolt-actions, such as the Winchester Models 54 and 70, to the lever-action Savage 99—the rifle to which the cartridge is most often linked.

The Krag Is Still Relevant

The Krag, and its .30-40 Krag cartridge, enjoyed a much longer hunting life because a large number of surplus Krag rifles and carbines were sold to civilians.

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