7mm Remington Magnum load development: 197 gr and 183 gr Sierra MatchKings (SMK) In the days before the current 6.5mm craze, cartridges with a “metric” bullet size in the name never really caught on in […]
If you are like me and load a lot of precision rifle ammunition, you probably run a single stage press. Progressive presses are fantastic for blasting ammo, but tend to lack the control and tolerances […]
Reloading the 7.62×39 mm Russian: Load development with 125 and 150 gr. bullets Arguing online about 1911s versus Glocks, ARs versus AKs and 5.56×45 NATO versus 7.62×39 Russian cartridges is about American as apple pie. […]
Loading your own ammunition is an important, if not necessary step in your path to becoming a master shooter. Like many shooters, I started reloading handgun ammunition before rifle ammo. I mostly reloaded brass scavenged […]
Sierra Bullets has just released 6.5 Creedmoor data! Follow this link.
In my opinion, there aren’t many guns cooler than a short bolt action rifle. I think my fascination started back in the 90s, before the proliferation of precision rifles, with an advertisement in the Shotgun News […]
Game changer? Sierra’s new 6mm 110 grain MatchKing #1575 When Sierra Bullets introduced the new 6mm (.243″) 110 grain MatchKing (SMK) a few weeks ago the 6mm shooting community was excited. With an advertised G1 […]