Category Archives: Handloading

Fireforming Brass

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An Important Technique For A Handloader To Learn. Cartridge brass is about 70-percent copper and 30-percent zinc, a relatively low-cost

Short Or Long?

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Thoughts on rifle case neck length. The neck length of smokeless rifle cases doesn’t change as often as dress length

The .223 Remington

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The .223 Remington One of America’s more accurate and easy-to-load for cartridges. The .223 Remington appeared in 1964 as the

The .280 Remington

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Another cartridge in the “too good to die” class. Some cartridges never seem to get a break. Remington introduced the

The 9mm Parabellum

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Still Growing In Popularity After More Than A 100 Years It’s probably safe to say the 9mm Parabellum, aka the

No Real Loss

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The Relationship Between Barrel Length, Velocity And Accuracy Apparently, many shooters are very concerned with velocity loss in shorter-barreled rifles.

The .243 Winchester

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This Enduring Cartridge Keeps Getting Better. Hardly a month goes by without some magazine article or Internet chat room thumping

Pulling Bullets

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Not Like Pulling Teeth. Done Right, You Can Reuse The Bullet. Handloading’s a fascinating hobby, but once in a while