There are several types of Reloading Brass Cases and the hand-loader should be able to identify them and understand what significance they have.
Homemade Ammunition is possible, If you have the right tools. Bob Shell takes you through a few must have reloading tools. Article ~ Video
I think that The Jaguar 175# Crossbow with a Hawke XB1 SR Scope is a Great Combination and I will have no problems bagging a Deer with it…
Having good Cleaning Tools & cleaning brass is something most reloaders do for cosmetic purposes. But there are a couple of important reasons to clean your shot brass…
The 5 reloading books that follow will cover virtually all of the reloading that most folks will ever do and are the ones I work the most with…
Hunters have never had so good especially if you like to shop for a variety of different Slug Ammo. I recently put some to the test with a Mossberg 500 Slug Gun & Hawke Endurance Scope…
I was very happy with this gun as it has a quality fit and finish. Due to its good handling characteristics it should find favor with the cowboy action shooting matches well…
Ruger has been making some new types of handguns and one of their newer models is the Ruger 9E Handgun and this Ruger measures up..
This review includes three gun from Uberti. The Uberti 1866 Yellowboy Rifle, the Uberti Schofield .44-40, 5″ Revolver and the Uberti Smoke Wagon .44-40, 4-3/4″ Revolver…
The rifle performed as well as rifles costing much more and I was very favorably impressed so much so I bought the sample…
For someone looking for a reasonable priced 45 I would recommend taking a good look at this Metro Arms American Classic ll 1911 Pistol. Yes I would carry it…
There are many techniques discussed when talking about reloading ammo but I don’t see many articles suggesting that feel is very important to successful ammo making…
The gun was shot several hundred times & functioning was 100%. Based on shooting where it does well I can recommend the SCCY CPX2-CB 9mm Pistol as long as you are aware of the two weak points..
Veteran hand loader Bob Shell takes us through the finer points of ammunition reloading dies with a video article.
If you want a good hunting or self defense optics I would recommend the Trijicon ACOG RMR..
It is not that hard to pull a bullet and it might save you a lot of grief. Here is a run down if common bullet pulling tools used by reloaders and shooters…
If you are looking for an accurate heavy duty revolver and the price doesn’t bother you I would highly recommend trying out the Ruger GP100 Match Champion Revolver. All thumbs up if you will.
If you are looking for a serious 3” 45 for self defense I would highly recommend the Magnum Research model 1911 U …
I have shot and tested a lot of rifles through the years and this is one of the most accurate I have found. In fact, it will out shoot me or just about anyone else from a bench.
I went to a POMA conference for gun writers. Barnes Bullet MFG is located on the way so I called ahead and a fantastic tour of their factory was arranged…
For deer sized game out to about 100 yards it should do well and I will give it a thumbs up for that purpose. Walking through brush for rabbits? I would definitely use it.
The 30-30 has been around for generations and I expect that as long as there is hunting it will always be in the mix. This particular gun will be used in my deer hunting
I recently had an opportunity to review the 4th edition of the Firearms Guide DVD. If you want info on guns and ammo this guide is for you.
A lot of shooters that think that the 45-70 is obsolete. There is nothing further from the truth. With a modern strong rifle such as this Marlin, ammo is powerful enough to hunt almost anything.
I received a Remington Model 783 Rifle in 30-06 which in my mind is the best all around hunting caliber. This gun is one of the plainest looking models I have ever seen .
In this article I am discussing making jacketed bullets by swaging with my friend John from CMA Custom Ammunition..
When I saw Ruger’s new 45 Commander I knew that this is a handgun that I have to try so I requested a sample to my surprise one came in within a week.
If you think that they are expensive then you might want to take a look at how much you and your family’s life is worth. They might just give you the edge that you need in an emergency.
I have used Hornady bullets for quite a few years and have found them to perform well. One of my favorites is the 7 mm 175 grain either spitzer or round nose depending on circumstances
Based on my experiences with it I would recommend his ammo without hesitation. I don’t see how his business would ever fail with the quality products and service DoubleTap offers.
The Ruger single action is built like a safe, sharing the same frame as the 357 model. The idea is to produce a compact powerful self defense handgun that is better then a 38 special.
For me lightweight is important as my wheels are not that good any more. I recommend the Vanguard for anyone looking for a good value in a quality rifle
It is one of the most recognizable handguns ever produced. My gun shows a patent date of 1873 in spite of it being new.
One definite upside to buying bulk ammunition is the price. Ammo bought in bulk is about 50% the cost of regular store bought fodder depending on caliber and location and opportunity.
If you buy any of these super powered revolvers be prepared to lay out some serious cash for both the gun and ammo. Are they worth it? That would be for you to decide. But I say yes to leupold.
One thing that we haven’t covered yet is shotgun loading. The equipment is different and you need a reloading machine that is made for shotgun ammo for best results.
Your first thing is you need some empty brass or Once Fired Brass as it is commonly referred to as, in order to get the operation started. Empty brass can be obtained from several sources.
Once you decide to reload your own ammunition there is some basic equipment that you need to get started as a full time reloader.
The fun begins when you want to shoot the rifle barrel, but the barrels are not marked to caliber and each maker chambered his guns for unique cartridges designed by his company.
The wood along with the nice bluing job makes the Mossberg 930 a handsome gun to look at. Like many shotguns made today it has the screw in chokes, among other desirable features.