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Wadcutter Bullets: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know

Did you know that some wadcutters are designed specifically to feed through semi-automatic pistols? Here we review the basics of wadcutter bullets—from Himmelwright to HBWC.

Places To Shoot: Wildlife Committee Of Washington

Ranges at the Wildlife Committee of Washington club are some true gems in the Pacific Northwest.

America’s .30-40 Krag Is Still In The Ring For VMR Competition

Vintage Military Rifle enthusiasts shouldn’t count out the venerable .30-40 Krag. Here’s why.

Too Much Recoil? The Arisaka May Be Your Solution

The WWII Japanese Type 38 dates back to 1897. It’s comparatively mild 6.5x50 cartridge may suit the recoil-shy

Accuracy of Lube Groove vs. No Lube Groove Cast Bullets

Is there any real benefit of the no lube groove (NLG) design? Or are they just trendy because that’s what everyone else seems to be making? There is no quick recipe for accuracy, instead you must try different loads to see what works best in your gun

Coated Bullets: The future of lead bullets for handloaders?

Polymer is the hot new coating for lead bullets.

The First Magnum

In 1935, manufacturers finally produced a handgun with ammunition designed for daily operation in the 40,000-psi range.

Handloading: Tips to Reduce Metered Powder Charge Variation

Several variables can affect the uniformity of metered powder charges.

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