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Quarter Points And Ball In High Power

Quarter Points And Ball In High Power

High Power shooters today still use a variety of simple charts and calculators to compensate...
Rimless .38 Super Brass: Everything You Need To Know

Rimless .38 Super Brass: Everything You Need To Know

Rimless .38 Super loads occupy a unique niche in the shooting sports, particularly popular with...
Effects Of Altitude On Bullet Drop

Effects Of Altitude On Bullet Drop

Bullet point of impact will change depending on the elevation. This question and answer from...
Reloading Techniques For Match-Grade Loads

Reloading Techniques For Match-Grade Loads

For decades, competitive shooters have known the value of reloading. Working up and matching the...
Review: Walther Q5 Match

Review: Walther Q5 Match

The Walther Q5 Match is based on the popular PPQ—designed for the Production and Carry...
Vertical Dispersion, Part 2: Mechanical Issues and Ignition Irregularities

Vertical Dispersion, Part 2: Mechanical Issues and Ignition Irregularities

Poor or inconsistent ignition has long been known to be one of the usual suspects...
The Most Accurate Powder Measure?

The Most Accurate Powder Measure?

Such is the claim from the inventor of the Quick Measure. Turns out, he’s probably...
Accuracy and Chronograph Testing, Part 3

Accuracy and Chronograph Testing, Part 3

Exploring the basic aspects of testing with optics.
Handloading: Choosing Optimal Bullet Seating Length

Handloading: Choosing Optimal Bullet Seating Length

Even within the same caliber (e.g., .223 Rem. or .308 Win.), there are many different...
Handloading: Minimizing Runout Using Standard Dies

Handloading: Minimizing Runout Using Standard Dies

A quality tool for measuring TIR is essential for obtaining consistent, accurate results. Generally, measuring...