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Monometal bullets earned their place in the pantheon of reloading when the started to include shank grooves. The feature helped the projectile achieve the accuracy shooters were after. Photo Massaro Media GroupDespite a rocky start, monometal bullets have earned their place in the pantheon of reloading.

Reloading Ammo: Groovy Bullet Trends

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.

Fundamentals of Ballistics

Video: Army Primer on Ballistics

Ballistics can be complex, involving a multitude of variables. This old U.S. Army training film, however, does a solid job of breaking down the subject to its simplest terms.

Sierra Tipped MatchKing, .30 caliber, 175 gr.

Sierra Releases Tipped MatchKing Bullets

Sierra's MatchKing bullets have grown in renown as among the most accurate projectiles on the market. The company, however, has attempted to improve on the already impressive bullets with a resin-tipped line.

Sure, the right rifle has a lot to do with tearing the heart out of the 10 ring, but just as important ammunition. Loading match bullets helps get the most out of your precision equipment.

Match Bullets, Accuracy in a Box

A precision rifle is half the equation when it comes to accuracy. The other half, top-notch ammo. There are a few things, however, that must be kept in mind when loading ammunition that will knock the heart out of the 10 ring.

Classic expansion of a bonded core bullet, a 400-grain .416 Swift A-Frame recovered from a Cape Buffalo.

Bonded Core Beauties, Not Your Grandad’s Bullets

It's hard to deny the bonded core bullet has been a game changer when it comes to ammunition. Offering incredible penetration, expansion and ballistic performance, the bullets have become the go-to option for big game hunters.

Theodore Roosevelt's Rough Riders at the Battle of San Juan Hill, a turning point in the Spanish-American War, as well as firearms innovation.

Strange Smokeless Powder Rounds at Santiago

They were outgunned by Spanish and their wondrous smokeless powder .45-caliber rifles. Could this rag-tag team of American Cavalry men survive–and win? “The Mauser bullets drove in sheets through the trees and the tall jungle grass, making a peculiar whirring or rustling sound; some of the bullets seemed to pop in the air, so...