There comes a time for many reloaders when the volume of their ammunition needs outgrows the function of their single-stage press.
Stick, ball, flake — propellant comes in all shapes and sizes. Master ballistician Phil Massaro helps you figure out exactly which grain best suits your next reloading project.
When it comes to reloading ammo, there are some tricks and tips master ballistician Phil Massaro has picked up that make it safer and more efficient.
With a large touch screen, Lyman's Pro-Touch 1500 Reloading Scale looks to have all the user-friendly features needed for long reloading sessions.
Ever since the .308 came out, shorter cartridges have been all the rage. But short-action rounds present reloaders with a unique set of challenges in getting the most out of the cartridges.
The long-time ammunition reloading company has come out with two new progressive presses that really look to help reloaders pick up the pace.
Depending on application, there are advantages to heavier bullets. But going big on your next reload requires some investigation into whether or not your firearm can handle those extra grains properly.
The .338 Lapua Mag. dates to 1983, when Research Armament Industries, in the U.S., outlined plans for a sniper cartridge driving a 250-grain .338 bullet at 3,000 fps. The sleek FMJ missile would penetrate five layers of body armor at 1,000 meters (1,094 yards).
Redding is synonymous with precision reloading and has introduced a number of new products for 2015 that are sure to keep shooters on target.