Economy, Handloading and Training Value: Part 2
More ways to save money while still obtaining excellent results.
Economy, Handloading and Training Value: Part 3
Exploring the use of lighter, 50-55 gr. varmint or match bullets for less-expensive practice at 100-200 yards.
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.
Match Winning Accuracy from Combat-Grade Brass: Part 1
Processing low-cost raw materials into reliable, accurate components.
Match Winning Accuracy from Combat-Grade Brass: Part 3
Sorting and sizing tips to improve accuracy in high power rifle competition.
Sorting Match-Grade Bullets for Long-Range Accuracy, Part 1: Where to Begin?
Using this technique, a capable competitor can shoot a 1.319-inch five-shot group at 1000 yards.
SW22 Victory Review
Smith & Wesson’s newest rimfire pistol is accurate, reliable, versatile and very affordable.
Sorting Match-Grade Bullets for Long-Range Accuracy Part 2: Grouping by Dimensional Increments
For most important long-range uses, a single sort of good match bullets by OAL is likely to be sufficient.