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Starline Brass Adds .41 Special

The .41 Special can be used in any firearm designed for the .41 Magnum and...

6 Key Tenets of Service Rifle Handloading

Some cardinal rules to help new gas-gun handloaders with safety and efficiency.

Handloading: Choosing Optimal Bullet Seating Length

Even within the same caliber (e.g., .223 Rem. or .308 Win.), there are many different...

Top 10 Competitive Shooting Stories of the Year

The ten top shooting sports moments of 2015, as chosen by the Shooting Sports USA...

Handloading: Minimizing Runout with Standard Seating Dies

Having sized, primed and charged our brass, the next step is bullet seating. Many approaches...

Inland M1 Carbine Review

When CMP introduced the “as-issued” games a little over a decade ago, a military surplus...

Competitors' Corner: December

Changes might also be forthcoming to Camp Perry in 2017 as CMP evaluates the use...

Competitors' Corner: November

The Bianchi Cup, presented by MidwayUSA, will have a format change for 2016. Everyone will...

Hornady VMR Match Ammo

Vintage Military Rifle match rules prohibit accurizing the rifles, but nobody says you can’t use...

How to Build Your Own Custom Case Lube Tray

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

Starline Brass Adds .32 Auto Cartridge Cases

The .32 Auto, also known as the .32 ACP, and as the 7.65mm Browning in...

Progressive Press Features and Advantages

Last week, we addressed single-stage vs. progressive presses for the beginning handloader, and made the...

Match versus Service Rifle—Which is Best For You?

When does a NRA High Power Rifle competitor know it’s time to retire their AR-15...

The Best .22 Caliber Pistols for NRA Bullseye

Bullseye pistol favors accuracy and precision rather than pure speed.

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...

Accurizing the S&W Model 41

Reduce a 50-yard shot group from 2.4 inches to .9 inches for under $700.

Handloading: Necking Up vs. Down and Concentricity

The U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit discusses necking cartridge cases up and down, the differences in...

Reloading .22 Long Rifle—a new option for competitors

A new kit allows reloading of fired .22 LR cartridges.

Competitors' Update - July

What's new with Black Powder Target Rifle, F-Class, High Power Rifle, Smallbore Rifle and Silhouette....

Reality Testing for Creedmoor Sports’ New Match Grade .30-06

Creedmoor Sports, which has been providing competitors with shooting gear since 1979, is getting deeper...
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