Category Archives: Handloading

Once Upon A Smallbore


Reloading The .32 WCF—Now Known As The .32-20—Is Rewarding And Run. By John Taffin Winchester’s lever-action 1873 was the first

The 8×57 Mauser


Germany’s Storied Military Rifle Cartridge Had Many Twists And Turns During Its Service Life. The 8×57 is sometimes referred to

Reloading The .44 WCF (.44-40)


Once The Go-To Round For Hunting And Defense, Winchester’s Original Center-Fire Load Still Performs. Oliver Winchester’s successful brass-framed rimfire 1860

The 7mm-08 Remington


A Proven Performer Designed To Fit Modern Short-Action Rifles. Riflemen who could be called “experienced” often snort derisively at new

Varminter Supreme


Handloading The .204 Ruger. The .204 Ruger appeared in 2004, the commercial end-result of considerable .20-caliber wildcatting. Hornady developed the