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Classic SSUSA: Chronographs For Competitive Shooters

From the July 1992 issue of Shooting Sports USA magazine—tips for competitive shooters on how to use a chronograph. For handloaders, a chronograph is necessary for proper load development.

USPSA Shooters Overwhelmingly Choose Dillon Precision Gear

In Production alone, a whopping 57 percent of shooters use Dillon Precision as their handloading/reloading machine of choice. And, 32 percent of them opted for the popular 650 model.

Book Review: Modern Reloading Second Edition

This newest edition of this manual contains just about everything you need to know about reloading in one book

All About Sierra Bullets

For over 60 years, Sierra has kept their focus on making the most accurate bullets for target shooting and for hunting. Mission accomplished!

Speer’s Index Numbers: A 1950s Shot At Logical Wildcats

Whatever happened to Speer’s “Index Number” of the 1950s? Art Merrill looks back at the mystique of wildcat cartridges. Wildcatting was popular enough back in the day to warrant Speer to create index numbers matching bullets and case for max “efficiency”

Coated Bullets: The future of lead bullets for handloaders?

Polymer is the hot new coating for lead bullets.

Handloading: Service Pistol and Accurate Ammo

Small tweaks to your normal routine can pay big dividends in improved accuracy and make practice and competition more rewarding.

Handloading Safety: Extrapolating Beyond Your Data, Part 1

Focus on not inadvertently exceeding the boundaries of known, safe data.

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