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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 >

 

the M1 Garand

Jeremiah Polacek

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

 

Testing the FN 502

Jeremiah Polacek

We shoot his this new pistol with and without a suppressor and show you the results.... ...Read More >

 

Powders & Loads

Brian Pearce

Before choosing a powder for that favorite varmint cartridge, some insight might help. The two mo... ...Read More >

 

Wad a Lot of Fun!

Stan Trzoniec

Like the popular 1955 Chevrolet Impala, the wadcutter bullet has seemed to drift into obscurity w... ...Read More >

 

7mm Remington Magnum VS The 28 Nosler

Jeremiah Polacek

We take the best load from our video on the .28 Nosler, and the best load from our 7mm Remingto... ...Read More >

 

Hodgdon® Announces Closure of GOEX facility

Hodgdon Powder Company

Effective immediately, Hodgdon Powder Company, Inc. has made the decision to cease manufacturing ... ...Read More >

 

The 1911 Pistol

Jeremiah Polacek & Mike Venturino

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

 

Handloading and Shooting the 6mm ARC

Jeremiah Polacek

In this video we cover load development for the 6mm ARC in a Masterpiece Arms Matrix Chassis rifl... ...Read More >

 

M1 Thompson

Jeremiah Polacek & Mike Venturino

This is our first video in our WWII Small Arms Series. Jeremiah and Mike discuss the history, car... ...Read More >

 

.223 Remington

John Haviland

The more I shoot the .223 Remington, the more I like it. The cartridge is inexpensive to shoot, a... ...Read More >

 

AccuracyOne Concentricity Gauge

Jeremiah Polacek

Our latest video on handloading tools features the AccuracyOne concentricity gauge. ... ...Read More >

 

7mm Remington Magnum Handloads

Jeremiah Polacek

This rifle, built on a Remington Model 700 action, shot really well. It tended to do really well ... ...Read More >

 

The Simplest Single Shot

John Barsness

In the first half of the twentieth century, Americans had a tendency to think of break-action sin... ...Read More >

 

Ruger No. 1

John Haviland

It may be going out on a limb to say the Ruger No. 1 is the best and most popular single-shot cen... ...Read More >

 

Zastava M57 Tokarev 7 62x25mm

Jeremiah Polacek

Our host got a deal on this 7.62x25mm Tokarev pistol. In this video we discuss the pistol and loa... ...Read More >

 

Pedersoli 1874 Sharps

Jeremiah Polacek

We test smokeless powders in the Pedersoli 1874 Sharps Q Down Under. It is a replica of the rifle... ...Read More >

 

Black Powder Big Bores

Mike Venturino, Photos by Yvonne Venturino

Back in the heyday of black-powder cartridges – say, from 1865 to 1895 – in order to make rifles ... ...Read More >

 

.218 Mashburn Bee

Stan Trzoniec

In the quiet times, one often wonders just why a so-called “popular” cartridge doesn’t quite make... ...Read More >

 

Handloading 101

Jeremiah Polacek

Over the last year we have received several requests from viewers asking us where they can learn ... ...Read More >

 

Handloading for the FN 509 Tactical

Jeremiah Polacek

Here we discuss the FN 509 tactical pistol, handloads that were developed and how they performed.... ...Read More >

 

The .22 Creedmoor

Jeremiah Polacek

We cover some tips on handloading the .22 Creedmoor. Then we take the rifle to the range to see h... ...Read More >

 

.22 Hornet

Ross Seyfried

The .22 Hornet is a wonderful little cartridge with a whole lot going for it, but it is not witho... ...Read More >

 

Ruger 10/22, Old and New

Lee J. Hoots

William Batterman Ruger is rightfully given credit, throughout the country and across the world, ... ...Read More >

 

.44 Special Handloads in a Taylor's & Company Cattleman Revolver

Jeremiah Polacek

In This episode of Handloader TV Jeremiah will showcase the Taylor's & Company Cattleman Standard... ...Read More >

 

Cheap Shots!

John Haviland

For years I’ve shot ground squirrels with centerfire rifles loaded right to the maximum in ve­loc... ...Read More >

 

.327 Federal Handloads

Jeremiah Polacek

In this video we cover the .327 Federal Cartridge in a Ruger Single-Seven revolver. Jeremiah show... ...Read More >

 

.219 Donaldson Wasp

Stan Trzoniec

As a teenager taking summer vacations on a fam­ily farm in upper New York state, the woodchuck­in... ...Read More >

 

Zero Precision Reloading Press

Jeremiah Polacek

Jeremiah talks with Craig from Area 419 regarding their Zero Precision Reloading Press. They expl... ...Read More >

 

Hornady Auto Change Pro

Jeremiah Polacek

Handloader TV reviews the Hornady Auto Change Pro precision powder measure. We use several powder... ...Read More >

 

The .300 Blackout Suppressed

Jeremiah Polacek

Jeremiah loads for the .300 Blackout in two rifles. First is an AR built by Jeremiah. This is the... ...Read More >

 

.22-250 Improved

John Haviland

The .22-250 Remington is a nearly perfect cartridge. It provides fairly long barrel life yet shoo... ...Read More >

 

Ransom Pistol Rest

Jeremiah Polacek

A Ransom Rest has been used in several of our videos. It is a handy tool when developing accurate... ...Read More >

 

A Top Trio

Richard Mann

The term “varmint rifle” can be a bit subjective. Part of the problem is that, to some, a varmint... ...Read More >

 

Freedom Arms .454 Casull

Jeremiah Polacek

This exciting video shows some of the loading procedures for the .454 Casull, as well as accuracy... ...Read More >

 

.20 Tactical

R.H. VamDenburg, Jr.

Devotees of .20-caliber cartridges know that early examples appeared as much as a century ago. Ba... ...Read More >

 

Hornady's Precision Measurement Station

Jeremiah Polacek

In our series on handloading tools, the Hornady Precision Measurement Station is profiled.... ...Read More >

 

Redding Slant Bed Concentricity Gauge

Jeremiah Polacek

Redding has a slant bed concentricity gauge that can help you build better handloads. This video ... ...Read More >

 

Testing .380 ACP Handloads

Jeremiah Polacek

The Browning Black Label Medallion 1911 chambered in .380 ACP is a nice shooting lightweight pist... ...Read More >

 

Handloading the .22-250

Jeremiah Polacek

We shoot several handloads through a Nosler custom M48 rifle with a Leupold scope. Check out and ... ...Read More >

 

6mm-204 RR

Brian Pearce

The primary motive for “wildcatting” is usually geared toward creating a cartridge that performs ... ...Read More >

 

28 Nosler Handloads

Jeremiah Polacek

The Nosler M48 Carbon Mountain Rifle is reviewed and taken to the range, where we shot and tested... ...Read More >

 

Handloading for the Autopistol

Stan Trzoniec

No doubt, the semiautomatic pistol has taken over. Whether it is a trip to the range, or watching... ...Read More >

 

The FN Five-Seven

Jeremiah Polacek

In this video, we put the FN Five-Seven to the test. We shoot several handloads through the pisto... ...Read More >

 

Testing Handloads in the Ruger 57

Jeremiah Polacek

In this video Handloader TV reviews the Ruger 57. We show you all the features of the handgun and... ...Read More >

 

Bullet Damage!

Chub Eastman

It’s always interesting what rifle loonies can come up with for a project when they are left alon... ...Read More >

 

Range Closed

Jeremiah Polacek

Range Closed is never a good thing, right? Check out this video for yourself.... ...Read More >

 

The Colt SAA

Brian Pearce

The Colt Single Action Army revolver is the most recognized, famous and collectible handgun of al... ...Read More >

 

MTM® CASE-GARD™ New Pistol Magazine Case

Staff

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.225 Winchester

Layne Simpson

Beginning in the late 1800s and moving forward, a number of extremely successful rifle cartridges... ...Read More >

 

RCBS Plant Tour, The MatchMaster

Jeremiah Polacek

Recently we had the opportunity to visit the RCBS plant in Oroville California. This is the final... ...Read More >

 

Testing Handloads in the 6.5 PRC

Jeremiah Polacek

In our latest installment of Handloader TV we take a look at the Montana Rifle Company X3 rifle, ... ...Read More >

 

The Effect of Brass on .223 Accuracy

Charles E. Petty

If you are a regular Handloader reader, you’ve heard about my ongoing adventure with my Cooper Ph... ...Read More >

 

New Powders in the .220 Swift

John Haviland

You don’t hear much about the .220 Swift these days. The .22-250 has stolen its long-range thunde... ...Read More >

 

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 >