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The .280 Remington is a useful big-game cartridge, though its popularity with shooters has taken a while to catch on.
Back in the Carter economy I had a choice, give up shooting or give up my apartment. No way was I going to stop shooting, but I didn’t want to be homeless either. So I found a third way. Today I am having trouble finding bullets, and so I find myself returning to that third way.
Shooting traditional handgun cartridges at long range takes practice and careful loading. You have to do a lot of things right to make it work.
An excerpt from the Cartridges of the World, 11th Edition Book, looking at cartridge dimensions and reloading data for one of the hottest tactical rounds in demand today: The .223 Remington.
The trouble with the .40 Smith & Wesson cartridge in the Glock pistols has been well documented and has been discussed ad nauseum on the Internet forums. Here’s how to fix the bulging of cartridges so you can feed your Glock safe, reliable cartridges.
With the ammo shortage showing little sign of improvement, many shooters are having to deviate from their preferred components. Here’s a look at some of the best components from Gun Digest.
Though the author never warmed to it, the .270 Winchester has plenty of reasons to prove its worth, not the least of which is its popularity.
Hints and tips for better, safer, more accurate loads, ideas and suggestions you won’t find in the average manual.
An excerpt from the Cartridges of the World, 11th Edition Book, looking at cartridge dimensions and reloading data for the 8mm Mauser.
The big news for handloaders is the introduction by Hornady Manufacturing of so many new cartridges, or loads for previously difficult-to-obtain cartridges, ultimately resulting in more reloading die sets and components.