Category Archives: Handloading

Reverse Evolution

The Son Of The .41 Magnum—The .41 Special—Is For Handloaders Only. By John Taffin One of our best sixgun cartridges

The Modern Era Arrives

Smokeless rifle powders, Part 1 Most people consider history as wide-spaced major leaps, disregarding the incremental steps between, the reason

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. By John Barsness The 8×57 is

The 7mm-08 Remington

A Proven Performer Designed To Fit Modern Short-Action Rifles. By John Barsness Riflemen who could be called “experienced” often snort