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Cardboard Computers: Classic Mechanical Devices Used To Aid Shooters

Compute and shoot—slipsticks for the shootist. Competitors should know the advantages and disadvantages of simple-to-use and inexpensive cardboard sliding-scale devices.

Reloading On A Budget Part 2: Turning Brass Into Loaded Rounds

It doesn’t require expensive equipment to finish the loading process after cases are properly sized and belled. Read this guide on the next steps.

2019 Holiday Gift Guide

This year’s round-up includes 36 recommendations across seven categories that fit every holiday-gift budget.

Hodgdon Announces Release of Winchester StaBALL 6.5

A new powder almost tailor-made for new bullets from Berger.

Space-Saver: Reloading On A Minimalist Setup

This Hornady-based reloading setup is simple, affordable and easy to fit in a small space. New shooters and firearm enthusiasts looking for one way to build a downsized reloading setup should read this article.

Review: IMR Target Powder

IMR Target is intended for the .38 Special to .44 Special family of pistol cartridges.. On target: Shoots like a flake, meters like a ball

Reloading Techniques For Match-Grade Loads

For decades, competitive shooters have known the value of reloading. Working up and matching the ultimate load to a gun is a passion to many of the top shooters

New: Redding Competition PR-50 Powder Measure

The Competition PR-50 is the latest measure offered by Redding, which completes the group of four distinct powder measures, each optimized for incredible precision within a given range of charge weights. This powder measure is Redding's first true competitive shooting model that is optimized for benchrest cartridges at approximately 30 grains. Hence the "BR-30"

What Do You Need For A Dedicated Handloading Area

A well-stocked and often used handloading area is usually in a state of constant evolution―that’s part of the fun!

Selecting and Preparing Reloading Components for Match-Grade Loads

Create a group of cases whose volume, length, neck and wall thickness, primer pockets, flash holes, etc. are all as uniform as possible.

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