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Handloading the 5.7x28mm

Jeremiah Polacek

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RCBS Rebel Press and UPM 3

Jeremiah Polacek

Recently we had the opportunity to tour the RCBS plant in California. During the plant tour we ha... ...Read More >

 

Shooter's World Introduces AR Plus Powder

Staff

Check out this new powder from Shooter's world powders. AR-Plus is specifically designed for the ... ...Read More >

 

The .17 Hornet

John Haviland

When a new cartridge is introduced, its origins can often be traced to a cartridge P.O. Ackley ha... ...Read More >

 

Colt Delta Elite Rail (10mm Auto)

Jeremiah Polacek

In Handloader issue 200, then Associate Editor Al Miller lamented the demise of the 10mm. He said... ...Read More >

 

RCBS Case Prep Center

Staff

Check out this video on the RCBS Case Prep Center... ...Read More >

 

A Short History of Handgun Cartridges

John Barsness

The history of handgun cartridges has been a search for more power in a smaller package. This mig... ...Read More >

 

Powder or Cartridge - Which Came First?

R.H. VanDenburg, Jr.

The question, as put to me by Editor Dave Scovill, was simple enough: Which came first, the powde... ...Read More >

 

Reloading the .24 Nosler

R.H. VanDenburg, Jr.

Nosler, Inc. has been busy of late; not only with its ever-expanding line of bullets, but with th... ...Read More >

 

.44 Magnum

John Haviland

Light and heavy and old and new loads make the .44 Remington Magnum an exceedingly flexible handg... ...Read More >

 

Varminting with the .204 Ruger

Brian Pearce

Several years ago, when reporting on the new .204 Ruger cartridge in Rifle magazine, I stuck my n... ...Read More >

 

Nosler Is Announcing A New Cartridge, The 27 Nosler

Staff

Nosler has taken the venerable 270 rifle caliber to a new level with the introduction of the all-... ...Read More >

 

Casting Good Handgun Bullets and Plenty of Them

Mike Venturino

On my workbench, bullets are cast for three basic applications: BPCR Silhouette competition, vint... ...Read More >

 

My Journey with the .222 Remington

Stan Trzoniec

While the .222 Remington was introduced to the shooting public in 1950, it wasn’t until many year... ...Read More >

 

Handloading the FN 5.7X28mm

Brian Pearce

Development of the FN 5.7x28mm began more than 20 years ago and was first introduced in a submach... ...Read More >

 

Elmer Keith Museum

Brian Pearce

In midyear 2006 Cabela’s opened a new store in Boise, Idaho, and in the tradition of former store... ...Read More >

 

Partial Sizing of Brass

John Barsness

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

 

.338 Winchester Magnum

John Barsness

The .338 Winchester Magnum is the most popular North American "medium" (as the British call cartr... ...Read More >

 

Elmer Keith's Ruger Blackhawk .41 Magnum

Brian Pearce

This online exclusive article was cut out of the February issue of Handloader due to space restri... ...Read More >

 

Load The .257 Roberts

Stan Trzoniec

I worked a second job to save for my first pronghorn and mule deer hunt out West in the fall of ... ...Read More >

 

Handloading the Largo

Bob Campbell

While the pursuit of accuracy and high performance is interesting, we sometimes overlook the fact... ...Read More >

 

New From Berger Bullets

Berger Bullet Company

Berger's newest member of the Long Range Hybrid Target Family, the 6mm 109 Grain LRHT provides co... ...Read More >

 

ACCURATE POWDERS ISSUES RECALL ON THREE POWDERS

Staff

General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems Canada Valleyfield, Inc (GD-OTS), has determined a... ...Read More >

 

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 >

 

MTM CASE-GARD’s New 5-Can Ammo Crate Mini

Staff

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Mistakes and Misconceptions

John Barsness

In the past couple of years, several handloaders have asked why their new brass stretches so much... ...Read More >

 

Handloading the Model 8 .35 Remington

Bob Campbell

Modern bolt-action and lever-action rifles would be instantly recognizable to anyone living 100 y... ...Read More >

 

How to Develop Accurate, High Performance Handloads

Brian Pearce

Before proceeding with load development for any cartridge, it is imperative to properly prepare c... ...Read More >

 

Starline Brass Now Offering .350 Legend Brass

Staff

Starline Brass has added another rifle caliber, the .350 Legend to their growing line-up of high-... ...Read More >