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    Handloader December/January 2021

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    Handloader December/January 2021

    This issue features .44-40 Winchester Loads, A Breed Apart, Techniques for Sizing Case Necks, Hunting Loads for the 7mm-08 Remington, The Perfect Pair, and much more.

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    The M1 Carbine

    Jeremiah Polacek & Mike Venturino

    We continue our WWII Small Arms Series. Jeremiah and Mike Venturino discuss the history, care, lo... ...Read More >

     

    .223 Winchester Super Short Magnum

    John Haviland

    Even through the 14x magnification of the RamTac scope, the prairie dogs were so far away they lo... ...Read More >

     

    The Springfield 1903 A4

    Jeremiah Polacek

    We continue our WWII Small Arms Series. Jeremiah and Mike Venturino discuss the history, care, lo... ...Read More >


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    Propellant Profiles

    Alliant Reloder TS 15.5
    column by: Randy Bimson

    The Hercules Powder Company, in later years known as Hercules, Inc., has a long and storied history in manufacturing gunpowder dating back to 1882. Over the years, Hercules was best known for its shotshell and handgun powders, while its limited line of centerfire rifle powders, the Hi Vel series, 2400, Reloder 7, 11 and 12 played second fiddle to IMR powders and to a lesser extent, Winchester spherical powders. ...Read More >

     

    Bullets & Brass

    9mm Luger +P Cast Bullet Data
    column by: Brian Pearce

    I love the magazine and kudos to you and the staff for all the useful information. I am trying to develop a +P 9mm Luger load with the Rim Rock Bullets’ 148-grain Outdoorsman bullet. ...Read More >

     

    Cartridge Board

    .40-65 Winchester
    column by: Gil Sengel

    The 1880s were an exciting time for riflemen. Centerfire cartridges using drawn brass cases were here to stay. There were still some bugs to be worked out, but most every army in the world was throwing money at ammunition problems until they were solved. ...Read More >

     

    From the Hip

    Colt's New Python .357
    column by: Brian Pearce

    After considerable pressure from shooters and dealers, Colt has reintroduced its famous Python chambered in .357 Magnum which has been absent from its product lineup for around two decades. At a glance, it resembles the original Python .357 introduced in 1955, but it is crafted from stainless steel; however, there are notable design changes that Colt engineers employed that are reported to increase durability. ...Read More >

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