SIG is giving handgun hunters a couple new options with the addition of .357 Mag. and .44 Rem Mag. cartridges to its Elite Performance Ammunition line.
In this installment, Philip Massaro completes cartridge assembly by demonstrating how to seat the bullet. He covers how to use a micrometer seating die for reloading, as well as various ways to crimp handgun bullets.
Philip Massaro tackles primer installation, the first process of assembly in reloading as well as case charging. Learn the differences between large and small primers, and how to use a primer cup accessory on a single stage press and how to dispense the correct powder charge.
When it comes to antique ammunition, it's more than just the cartridges that draw top dollar.
The powerhouse ammo maker from Latin American, Aguila Ammunition, will now be bringing its extensive shotshell product line to the U.S. market, Gun Digest has learned.
The .357 SIG is based upon the .40 S&W case, simply necked down with a short neck and a sharp shoulder. The design purpose was to achieve .357 Magnum revolver ballistics from typical semi-automatic pistols.
Learn how to troubleshoot the reloading process, getting stuck cases out of dies and tips for spotting case head separation and other signs your brass is getting long in the tooth.
Once upon a time, hunters did just fine with standard bullets. Find out how bullet designs have changed over the years and whether you need premium ammo for your next hunt.
In this episode, Philip Massaro explains the differences in sporting brass vs. military surplus brass; plus an explanation of neck sizing for improved accuracy in bolt-action rifles.