Lyman’s new kit has nearly every tool a reloader needs to uniform brass before reloading.
There are plenty of excellent cartridges that didn’t catch on. Their lack of overall popularity doesn’t mean they need to be relegated to the ash heap of history.
Some shy away from producing dangerous game loads themselves, but this may be a mistake. Find out why you should load your own if heading on safari.
Sig Sauer has introduced its second rifle round and it plays perfect compliment to the ammo of which the company kicked the lineup off.
Don’t assume that all primers are the same. The way each is formulated means their performance can vary from manufacturer to manufacturer.
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.
The long-time ammunition reloading company has come out with two new progressive presses that really look to help reloaders pick up the pace.
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).
There have been a number of advancements in bullet design in the modern day. One of the most elegant and effective has been the addition of grooves on a projectile's shanks.