Hornady has just released a list of upcoming new product for their 2014 catalog and not surprisingly, they’re working on some interesting stuff. From self-defense products to reloading components and now a safe division, Hornady is offering more and more every day.
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.
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.
Summer is officially here, which means it is time to start dusting off the old bolt action and get that Leupold zeroed. And trying to level a scope reticle with the rifle braced between your knees just doesn’t cut it. A good gun vise, like this one from SmartReloader, will makes things much easier.
On the first weekend of May, Ballistics By The Inch did a full sequence of tests of13 different types of .22 Magnum ammo to find what the reality of cartridge.
With 3D printers getting all the attention, it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that just about every gun part is cut using a CNC milling machine: frame, barrel, firing pin, internal components. Now if you think one of those would be cool to have in your home, well, a San Francisco based R&D firm may have answered your prayers and not even have known it.
Guns.com looks at the hottest — flaming red hot — reloading tools of 2013.
The art of reloading is one that must be treated with discretion and a mind to safety. However, do we reloaders hold true some incorrect ideas of our craft, or have we been right-on all along? Separating old wives tales from explosive truth.
Among the defense minded there is a school of thought that it’s wise to practice with lighter loads than you would concealed carry for defense. In the short, the benefits are apparent, but is this really a good habit to get into?
With swinging-for-the-fences gun control on the table in Washington, could there ever be a ban on reloading supplies? Well, I say never say never…