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NEW for 2018: Hornady Rotary Case Tumbler

Rotary Case TumblerWhen it comes to cleaning and polishing your once-fired brass there are a lot of options out there for consumers. You can go with vibratory tumblers, sonic cleaners, different types of media, additives and selecting a duration for your brass to be cleaned is a consideration also. A less common, but a choice that is […]

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NEW for 2018: Hornady Rotary Media Sifter

Rotary Media SifterOne activity that probably all reloaders hate is sifting media out of their cleaned pieces of brass. Should you de-prime first or not? Will it be easier to get all the media out? Did I miss any? Why has no one thought of an easy way to do this mundane task in the reloading process?! […]

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Sierra Bullets Publishes 6mm Creedmoor Reloading Data

6mm CreedmoorThe 6.5mm Creedmoor finally has some more published data behind it for prospective reloaders of the caliber. Sierra Bullets, the company known for good bullets in green boxes, finally has some published data on the hot little Creedmoor. It is interesting if you notice in the cover photo of this article that Sierra Bullets designates 6mm […]

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Is Federal Gearing Up to Attack the Reloading Bullets Market?…

FederalWithin the last few weeks Federal has announced a couple different varieties of bullets they are selling as reloading components. This is a first for them and has surprised a lot of us since they normally stick to loaded ammunition, primers and brass. It is definitely not something outside the scope of their abilities as […]

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Would You Reload a Bear Claw? Federal Premium Now Selling their Trophy Bonded Tip

Trophy Bonded TipFederal Ammunition has produced a lot of great ammo over the years. Some of it utilizes other brand’s bullets creating optimal performance while on some occasions it is a bullet from Federal’s own handiwork. Federal Premium’s Trophy Bonded Bear Claw ammunition using a Trophy Bonded Tip definitely fits that definition. Reloaders everywhere will have something […]

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New Russian 9.6x53mm Lancaster Cartridge and .366 TKM News

The idea of .366 TKM cartridge was accepted really well in the Russian shooting community. What makes it unique for them is that firearms chambered in this caliber have partially rifled barrels which qualify as a shotgun in Russia and don’t require 5 year wait period for the first-time gun owners to obtain a rifled firearm. […]

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Alamo Precision Rifles Talks About The Importance Of Quality Brass

I know I have been guilty of wondering why the heck a rifle that I KNOW shoots well is doing poorly and have suspected everything from action screws, environmental factors and even blamed myself for poor performance on a rifle. Never would I have suspected that I didn’t have quality brass. Since I just ran […]

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Alamo Precision Rifles Talks About The Importance Of Quality Brass

I know I have been guilty of wondering why the heck a rifle that I KNOW shoots well is doing poorly and have suspected everything from action screws, environmental factors and even blamed myself for poor performance on a rifle. Never would I have suspected that I didn’t have quality brass. Since I just ran […]

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Alamo Precision Rifles Talks About The Importance Of Quality Brass

I know I have been guilty of wondering why the heck a rifle that I KNOW shoots well is doing poorly and have suspected everything from action screws, environmental factors and even blamed myself for poor performance on a rifle. Never would I have suspected that I didn’t have quality brass. Since I just ran […]

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Starline Adds Small Primer 6.5 Creedmoor Brass – Shooters Rejoice!

Starline has been busy adding more brass to their lineup and at a feverish pace recently. They announced plans to release another option for small primer 6.5 Creedmoor brass that got myself and many other shooters reasonably excited. But why would we get excited over smaller primer holes? Who wouldn’t get excited over smaller holes? I am […]

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Starline Adds Small Primer 6.5 Creedmoor Brass – Shooters Rejoice!

Starline has been busy adding more brass to their lineup and at a feverish pace recently. They announced plans to release another option for small primer 6.5 Creedmoor brass that got myself and many other shooters reasonably excited. But why would we get excited over smaller primer holes? Who wouldn’t get excited over smaller holes? I am […]

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New Redding Reloading Dies for 6.5 Grendel

What we writers have seen as an extended trend towards the “new” 6.5 calibers has indeed been a long-time coming just based on the sheer logic of the near ideal mix of weight, velocity, ballistic coefficient, barrel longevity, etc. While every caliber has its place, the 6.5 diameter round has had immense potential as an all-around […]

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