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Handloads: 12 Gauge

A virtual “pumpkin,” this heavy-hitting 12-ga. load is composed of a 2" Cheddite hull with a Cheddite 209 primer and 26 grs. of Hi-Skor 800-X propellant.

Latest Loads: .270 Wby. Mag.

Owing to Weatherby’s characteristic extra-long leades, when chambered in one of its namesake cartridges, the company’s rifles—especially in cases of advanced throat erosion—can be persnickety with ammunition at times.

Latest Loads: .308 Win.

The adage “jack of all trades” could be adapted to “jack of all (non-dangerous) hunts” with this utilitarian, .308 Win. big-game load. Containing Barnes Bullets’ 165-gr. Triple-Shock X Bullet (TSX)

Chain Breaker: Hornady’s 6.5 mm PRC

An innovator has introduced a big brother to the 6.5 mm Creedmoor that is poised to become the go-to cartridge for extreme long-range shooting and big-game hunting.

Latest Loads: 10 mm Auto

There are circumstances that simply call for downrange performance above what it can deliver, such as big-game hunting and defense against large predators.

The Gunpowder People

Certain books should be in the library of any serious sportsman; immediate to mind are titles such as Weatherby: The Man. The Gun. The Legend. and John Nosler Going Ballistic: The Life And Adventures Of John Nosler.

Hodgdon: The Inside Story

Best known to handloaders within the firearm industry, Hodgdon Powder Company’s sphere of influence is farther-reaching than one might expect.

Latest Loads: .17 Hornet

When habitually pitting your .17 Hornet against coyotes, or pressing it into service for prairie dogs in the windy West, you should consider Hornady’s heavier, 0.172"-diameter, 25-gr. V-Max bullet.

Latest Loads: 9 mm Luger

Becoming an accomplished, defensive-minded pistol shooter requires significant trigger time.

Latest Loads: .30-’06 Sprg.

Sometimes you just need a really big stick, and for the .30-’06 Sprg., this is it.

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