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    Handloader December 2019

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    Handloader December 2019

    This issue features Hornady A-TIP, 7mm Remington Magnum (Pet Loads), .222 Remington Magnum, 11.15x51R Kurz, Learn To Reload (Handloading Basics), and much more.

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    Load Development

    John Haviland

    The .357 Magnum is a useful and fun cartridge when fired from a revolver. Shot from the longer ba... ...Read More >

     

    Bench Topics

    John Barsness

    Most handloaders just screw the sizing die into the press until it bottoms out against the shellh... ...Read More >

     

    PRODUCT SAFTEY RECALL NOTICE

    Staff

    IMR Legendary Powders is officially announcing a product safety warning and recall notice for IMR... ...Read More >


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    Reloader's Press

    Loaded for Bear and Other Critters
    column by: Dave Scovill

    The above title once served as the name of a column the late John Wootters wrote in Rifle magazine. Bear hunting wasn’t necessarily the focus of the column in literal terms but served to offer some measure of direction in terms of content regarding handloading in general. ...Read More >

     

    Practical Handloading

    Hornady's 6.5 and .300 PRC
    column by: Rick Jamison

    Handloaders have been winning long-range matches and setting records for many years with short, fat Winchester Short Magnum (WSM) and Remington Short Action Ultra Magnum (SAUM) cartridges using heavy Berger and Sierra bullets seated out in rifles ... ...Read More >

     

    Bullets & Brass

    .45 Colt Rifle Blowback Problems
    column by: Brian Pearce

    I have two rifles that are used for cowboy action shooting and include a Marlin Model 1894 Cowboy and Uberti Colt Lightning reproduction, which is a pump action rifle with external hammer. Both guns are chambered for .45 Colt. ...Read More >

     

    Cartridge Board

    .44 S&W Special: Modern Day
    column by: Gil Sengel

    In the last column we looked at cartridge development that led up to the .44 Special in 1907. Some questions were left unanswered so we will deal with them now, beginning with why the cartridge was introduced using both smokeless and black powder. ...Read More >

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