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Colorado-based Phoenix Weaponry has debuted their hard-hitting new rifle for those who like ARs and .45-70s but haven’t been able to blend them into one platform.
Whether you are getting into reloading or serious data collection about your ammo, at $79 to $100, the Caldwell Chrony is an unbeatable deal.
Hunters and shooters have traditionally taken up the craft of handloading ammunition in order to mitigate the inherent costs of high volume shooting.
Though the price may seem steep, the RCBS Case Cleaner-2 is easily worth the investment for high volume shooters and reloaders.
In terms of ballistics and particularly muzzle velocity, the .357 Magnum becomes a whole new animal when chambered in a long gun.
I see a niche for D Dupleks slugs for brush country hunting where ranges are close and conditions do not often offer a textbook perfect broadside shot.
Reducing the length of shotgun shells to 2 inches via handloading, adds ammunition capacity but the increase capacity is only helpful if the ammo performs.
Besides satisfying a curiosity about how these rounds will pattern, there are essentially three practical reasons for loading reduced length shells.
Enter the 22 Nosler chambering, introduced at SHOT 2017 as ammo, brass, uppers, and full rifles. Here’s what you need to know about the new round.