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Life In The Pits

If you are an experienced high power rifle shooter then the joys of pit duty are nothing new to you. However if you are new to the sport, here's our primer on how your time will be spent on the other end of the berm

Match Winning Accuracy from Combat-Grade Brass: Part 2

Removing primer crimp and other useful tips.

Want An Easier Way To Catch Pesky Spent Primers? Read This!

Buy yourself a better primer catcher, and avoid combing the floor looking for them

All About Modern Cartridge Components

Here is our primer (no pun intended) about all the parts that comprise a modern pistol cartridge.

Frankford Arsenal Rotary Case Tumbler Lite

This rotary tumbler uses small stainless pins to remove carbon from cases and primer pockets, and can hold up to 300 pieces of .223 Rem. brass

Selecting and Preparing Reloading Components for Match-Grade Loads

Create a group of cases whose volume, length, neck and wall thickness, primer pockets, flash holes, etc. are all as uniform as possible.

High Pressure Loads In Shell Shock NAS3 Cases

Do NAS3 cases work for +P and 9 Major like brass cases? Will the primer pockets loosen from high pressure? Could gunpowder selection extend their life? We answer these questions and more

All About Primers with the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit

The effects of different primers on ammunition accuracy is a topic that interests many, but which relatively few can easily test with precision. Most competitive shooters are limited in their access to a 1000-yard range and a quality accuracy-testing facility. Thus, experimentation with primers is often done at shorter ranges, relying heavily on chronograph results to help select primer brands or lots by velocity uniformity and accuracy testing.

Shooting Coat 101

A primer on the leather, nylon and canvas shooting jackets that can boost your scores

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