The .22-.250 Rem. is an adaptable round that can be loaded to cover any shooting situation from long-range varmints to casual plinking.
Accurate training and self-defense loads can be easily created for these popular revolver calibers.
As shells increase in price, handloading can really help upland game hunters same money.
The .25-’06 can take everything from varmints to big game if loaded correctly.
The 7 mm Rem. Mag. should retain its position for the next 50 years.
The .300 WSM is destined to become an even more popular magnum cartridge in the next decade.
Reducing bullet size or velocity reduces recoil, or both can be reduced for even more.
Older firearms often need special care, including developing a gentle load to protect the bores.
There are multiple new powders available for the .223 Rem. that could make some nice handloads.
Precise measuring of propellant is critical to maintaining consistent accuracy and velocity in reloading, and the best way to ensure consistency is to weigh each charge, or is it?