The Lee Breech Lock Hand Press is a little contraption that distills the essence of a single-stage press into a portable hand tool.
The Browning BL-22 is a “quality meets economy” argument in defense of the practicality and fun of small caliber lever guns.
Naysayers will harp on its inexpensive finish and plain appearance, but can’t argue with its performance. This rifle is for shooters who treat their guns like tools, not idols.
Slings are crucial for field guns. A good sling isn’t sexy or fun; it’s useful. Without a solid sling, hiking a gun through the woods would be a nightmare, especially after harvesting game.
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If you’re not entirely sure where to start, I think the Lee Classic Turret Press Kit is the best option for the money. Despite shortcomings, this setup-in-a-box will meet the needs of most handloaders, without breaking the bank, for their first years reloading.
We can see that every day looking at guns with extraordinarily low round counts being resold. Hopefully, my experiences (and mistakes) can serve as lessons to help you avoid that heartache and expenditure.
Signs the ammo drought is ending are starting to show. No one will argue that the experience was awesome or fun, but it should definitely serve as a learning opportunity for shooters. I’d like to share with you the six biggest lessons I learned from the last few months, and invite others to share their lessons as well.
If you want a serious wheelgun built for today’s shooters, look no further. The Smith & Wesson 686 is a true modern classic.
Mossberg 500? No way. Remington 870? Fuhgeddaboudit. The Benelli Nova is where it’s at. Here’s 1,400 words why.