We will focus on Cartridge Cases since this is what holds the other three main components (Powder, Primer and Projectile).
Posted in Ammo Tagged with: 101, Ammunition, Beginners, Bob Shell, Handloading, Reloading
Hot loads wear out a gun more quickly, and except in narrow circumstances, are not necessary. A good example is the 220 Swift.
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The bullet was to have four Lube Grooves with no Crimp Groove so it would carry the needed amount of lLbe for Shooting without Wiping between Shots.
Posted in Ammo Tagged with: .44 Sharps
The science of Ballistics has been evolving – in 2020, you’ll see all of the bullet designs still on the market, and doing well, each for its own reason.
Posted in Ammo Tagged with: Berger OTM Tactical, Federal Terminal Ascent, Federal Trophy Bonded tip, Hornady ELD Match, Partition 180-grain
Gun Community have bash about 308 vs 223 in the past, in the last 10 yrs the 6.5 Creedmoor has been in the spot light, can the .223 even compare to it?
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Both of their capabilities overlap each other but their characteristics and traits differ. Each has their distinct Strengths and Weaknesses.
Posted in Ammo Tagged with: 10mm, 45 ACP
One of the big problems most hunters have with long range hunting is the ability to take down your game with a single well placed shot.
Posted in Ammo Tagged with: .308