Redding is synonymous with precision reloading and has introduced a number of new products for 2015 that are sure to keep shooters on target.
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.
When it comes to getting down and dirty at the reloading bench don’t learn from your own mistakes. Instead, allow custom ammunition manufacturer Philip Massaro help you avoid them through his lifetime of experience.
A year ago, Nosler introduced its first namesake cartridge – the blistering hot 26 Nosler. Now the company has grown its family to include the most powerful 7mm round available today.
Lyman is releasing a ton of new gear for 2015, as this video well documents. Among some of the most eye catching are a new chronograph and a digital borescope.
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.
Lapua has always been a hit among competitive shooters, hunters and reloaders. Those folks' hearts should go aflutter with the renowned Finnish company releasing their new products for this year.
IMR is set to expand its already extensive propellent catalog this coming year with three new powders. And the Enduron line shoots to do more than send bullets down range; it's also engineered to tidy up the bore.
The crimp on a shotgun shell is almost taken for granted, but it plays important roles in the functioning of the ammunition. From keeping the shot and powder in place to helping control the burn rate, a proper crimp is vital in reloading ammo.