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Getting Started in Handloading with the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit

There is one critical item that often gets overlooked as folks talk about interesting topics such as reloading die brands and types, scale types and brands. And, what might that item be?

Should I Buy a Single-Stage Press, or a Progressive?

A question frequently asked by prospective handloaders: “Should I buy a single-stage press, or a progressive?”

Progressive Press Features and Advantages

Last week, we addressed single-stage vs. progressive presses for the beginning handloader, and made the experience-based case that beginners would be better served by starting on a single-stage press.

Piatt Wins NRA World Shooting Championship

Bruce Piatt won the 2015 NRA World Shooting Championship.

Legends: Ruby Fox

When asked if she ever “plinked” or shot just for fun, Ruby reflected for a moment and answered: “Shooting was always serious. It was a job that I loved. It was reverent. It was always a dress-up performance.”

How to Build Your Own Custom Case Lube Tray

The U.S. AMU method for quickly applying sizing lube to cartridge cases.

High Accuracy on the High Plains

James Avenell of Accuracy X won the inaugural Steamboat Challenge Action Pistol Regional with a score of 1916-168X.

USA Shooting Hosts IPC Shooting World Cup

The final opportunity for athletes to earn Paralympic quotas will take place here in the United States when USA Shooting hosts the final International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Shooting World Cup of the season November 3-7 at the home of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit (AMU) in Fort Benning, Georgia.

Beretta M9A3 Handgun Now Shipping

Beretta is proud to announce that the M9A3 pistol is now shipping to retailers nationwide.

Repairing a Wooden Target Rifle Stock

The M1903 Springfield rifle was only five years old when the U.S. Army recognized the chronic problem of recoil causing the steel receiver tang to split the wooden stock where the two meet. In 1908, the Army told Springfield to make all subsequent rifles with a 1/16 inch gap between the tang and the stock, solving the problem.

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