Handloading: Minimizing Runout with Standard Seating Dies
Having sized, primed and charged our brass, the next step is bullet seating. Many approaches are possible; one that works well follows. When setting up a standard seating die, insert a sized, trimmed case into the shellholder and fully raise the press ram. Next, back the seating stem out and screw the die down until the internal crimping shoulder touches the case mouth.
Handloading Safety: Extrapolating Beyond Your Data, Part 1
Focus on not inadvertently exceeding the boundaries of known, safe data.
Handloading Safety: Extrapolating Beyond Your Data, Part 2
In Part 1, we measured the pre-firing bearing surface length. When the bullet is thrust forward upon ignition, it is pressure-swaged to fit the bore.
H&M Blacknitride Sponsors Bianchi Cup Champion Doug Koenig
Doug Koenig, Bruce Piatt and Tony Holmes will be available at Booth #1919. Visitors can learn how their guns run smoother.
Kenda Lenseigne Partners with Uberti to Design Competitive Single-Action Revolver
Kenda Lenseigne partnered with Uberti to design a custom-grade competition single-action revolver from the ground up.
NEW! Comp-Tac Victory Gear’s Q Line Holsters
A multi-fit holster line unlike anything you have seen before.
Shooting Sports Fantasy Camp
One weekend of instruction from six of the world’s best pro shooters.
What’s in your Range Bag, Wyatt Gibson?
What all started with a .22 rifle Christmas gift from his parents when he was only four, developed into a shooting lifestyle.
Economy, Handloading, and Training Value: Part 1
Handloading offers great economy and accuracy. See how to get the best bang for your buck.
Economy, Handloading and Training Value: Part 2
More ways to save money while still obtaining excellent results.