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Hodgdon Powder Celebrates 75 Years

This year, Hodgdon Powder celebrates its 75th year in business, having grown from humble origins in 1947.

Handloads: Hunting With The .375 Winchester

Although it is often difficult to find components for reloading the .375 Winchester cartridge, this lever-action round is deserving of customization for hunting in today's game fields.

5 Instances When Reloading Is Not Beneficial

While reloading is generally seem as a beneficial means to save money and construct custom loads, there are times where its efforts have fewer returns. Here are five instances when reloading is not beneficial.

Reloading Centerfire Ammunition: Tips For Getting Started

Pride and satisfaction are the top reasons for handloading centerfire cartridges, but better accuracy and economy factor in, too. Regardless of why you want to reload, here’s how to get started.

Rifleman Q&A: Flush-Seating Wadcutters

It is necessary to flush-seat the wadcutter bullet in the .38 case when reloading for the S&W Model 52. But is this procedure more accurate than conventional overall-length bullet seating when using the cartridge in revolvers?

Preview: Lee Precision Ultimate Lock Rings

Made for 7/8x14 TPI loading dies and designed to provide repeatable results each and every time, Lee Precision Ultimate Lock Rings are a must-have item on the loading bench.

Handloads: A .338 Win. Mag. For Elk

Arguments never end about which cartridges are adequate for the hunting of elk. Nobody has ever said, however, that a bullet fired from a .338 Win. Mag. lacks enough power for that task.

5 Ways To Ruin A Good Handload

With as much as there is to gain from loading your own ammunition loads, there are also plenty of ways to get it wrong. Follow Frank Melloni as he covers five of the most common ways your could ruin your handloads.

Reloading On The Range

Most handloaders do their load development back at home, but what if you could reload on the range? Frank Melloni explores the possibilities of doing just that, thanks to RCBS, and the advantages of reloading cartridges while at the range.

Rifleman Q&A: Reloading Issues With Expander Plug

Read this 'Questions & Answers' column from the American Rifleman archives for handloading techniques for wildcat sizing cartridge sizing.

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