Handloading: The Importance of Accurate Record-Keeping
Good habits help ensure good results. Feel more confident on the firing line by keeping accurate handloading records.
2016 NRA Intercollegiate Pistol Championship Results
The Ohio State University wins a third straight NRA Intercollegiate Pistol Championship.
Handloading: Service Pistol and Accurate Ammo
Small tweaks to your normal routine can pay big dividends in improved accuracy and make practice and competition more rewarding.
Historic Indoor Rifle League Keeps Winter Competition Alive in Northern Ohio
The Northwestern Ohio Rifle League has been firing events for nearly 90 years.
Julie Golob: Competitive Shooting in the Instagram Generation
The evolution of social media from a competitive shooting standpoint.
What Do You Value In Your Handloads?
Presented here are some general themes which may be thought-provoking and—hopefully—helpful to our readers in attaining their shooting goals, even as their goals evolve.
Handloading Philosophies and Choices
Shooter performance has less “wiggle room,” even when equipment is at its peak. Cartridge and bullet selection, mechanical accuracy, ballistic coefficients, velocities and recoil all have their gold to be mined. All are also intricately interrelated, requiring careful consideration by the advanced shooter and handloader.
Progressive Presses: Uniformity of Headspace, Powder Charges and Priming
Some unusual quirks can occur when loading progressively.
Gallery: Precision Rifle Series Accuracy International Long-Range Classic
The Precision Rifle Series is unlike other rifle sports—there is no set course of format, and shooters fire from varied positions with both known and unknown distances.
Handloading: Tips to Reduce Metered Powder Charge Variation
Several variables can affect the uniformity of metered powder charges.