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Review: STI DVC Steel 9 mm

A serious gun for serious steel shooters

Six Key Reasons Why John Whidden Uses .243 Win. for Long Range Shooting

The five-time NRA High Power Rifle Long Range Champion shares the advantages of using .243...

How Are Rimfire Cartridges Made?

Rimfire ammo has been in continuous production since the mid-1850s

How To Find Quality Vintage Military Rifle Ammo

Some VMR ammo, commercial and milsurp, is easier to find than others. This article outlines...

High Power Rifle Long Range Competitor Kent Reeve

Thirty-year-veteran long range shooter Kent Reeve made his first Palma Team in 1999 and is...

Is 22 Nosler Ready For Competition?

An excellent field cartridge—but will the 22 Nosler find a home at the range?

What Is 300 Meter Rifle Shooting?

The USA 300 Meter Nationals & World Championships Team Tryout are this September at Fort...

Reloading Tips For 9 Major

Loading 9 Major is challenging because there are few sources for pressure tested load data...

New: Starline 6.5 Creedmoor Brass

Starline's rifle brass line-up keeps growing

Starline Brass Adds .243 Win. Cases To Line-Up

The versatile .243 Win. is one of the most popular cartridges available today

Transporting Success: Reloading at the Range, Part 2

Load development tips, with a focus on propellant charge

Top 50 Women in Competitive Shooting

In no particular order, a list of the greatest female shooters in competitive shooting today

A Page from History: Toward Better Scores with National Match Rifles and Ammo

Classic service arms and ammunition at the National Matches!

Serenade in Blue: It could have been the .30-338

Long-range stalwarts, such as the the lanky 6.5x284 and subsequently the .30-338 and .300 Win....

Starline Adds .300 Blackout Brass to Line-Up

The new .300 Blackout rifle brass is available at half the price of comparable cases.

Review: Battenfeld AR15 Pic Rail Brass Catcher

There's no reason why AR shooters have to play Range Chicken.

Blueprinting Bolt-Action Rifles

Build your own sub-MOA gun—blueprinting reduces the shot-to-shot variation in the motion and vibration of...

Handloading: Estimating Actual Cost per Round by Caliber

Some shooters, by virtue of their high level of competition, require the very best ballistic...

F-Class Equipment Choices

Six out of the top ten at the 2017 Berger SWN reported using .308 Winchester.

5 Ways to Maximize Your Precision Rifle Budget

Get a leg up with these five easy ways to start saving money from the...
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