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How To Calculate Rifling Twist Rates For Stabilizing Bullets

How heavy or light a bullet will your rifle accurately shoot?

The 7.5 Swiss: A Reputation For Precision

The 7.5 Swiss cartridge is historically significant and has superior precision when used in the...

How To Lose At Dueling And Still Survive: Wax Bullets

There are plenty of reasons to use wax bullets, most importantly—the entertainment factor.

Vintage Rifle Cartridges You May Not Know

You probably haven’t heard of at least one of these five arcane rifle cartridges we...

Berger Introduces Long-Range Hybrid 6.5mm Hunter Bullet

The new Berger bullet (c.) hybridizes the secant ogive of Very Low Drag target bullets...

What Is That Milsurp Loading?

Is your milsurp ammo safe? Ball on the left, tracer on the right for the...

Last Cartridge Of An Empire: .303 British

With factory FMJ ammo still available, reloading the .303 British isn’t necessary, but for many...

Is Hodgdon’s Reloading Roadshow Coming To Your Town?

The first Hodgdon Reloading Roadshow was held over 50 years ago, now it might be...

Our Top 10 Articles Of 2018

Here's 10 of 2018's best articles featured on SSUSA.org as determined by you, the reader!

Watch For Winchester’s Commemorative M2 Ball Replica

If you want to get your hands on Winchester’s WWII-inspired .30-06 ammo that comes in...

CMP To Distribute 8,000 Surplus 1911s

These pistols, warehoused since the 1980s, are a great option if you are looking to...

Last War for the Garand: Cold War Veterans Finally Come Home

The M1 Garand is a piece of living history, a connection to WWII and Korean,...

The Civilian Version of the M14, Then and Now

Descended from the M1 Garand, the M14 utilized multiple improvements that made it a far...

How To Select A VMR That’s Best For You

Choosing a Vintage Military Rifle (VMR for the unacquainted) to use in competition isn’t difficult...

107,000 Repatriated Garands and Milsurp 1911s on CMP Racks

The subsequent sale of milsurp rifles and pistols will support the mission of marksmanship training...

NDAA 2017 Releases M1911s, CMP Releases Buyer Requirements

One pistol per year, and they won't be sold on a first come, first serve...

Five Reasons Why 6.5x55 mm Is The Best Vintage Military Rifle Cartridge

To start, the rifles and ammo are very easy to find

M1s? M1911A1s? M9s? CMP Looks Beyond The Finite Supply Of Milsurp

CMP needs a new income source, because the supply of surplus military arms is almost...

Annealing Made Simple: Tabletop No-Heat Case Annealing With AMP

AMP is a plug and play, computer controlled case annealer

How To Find Quality Vintage Military Rifle Ammo

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