Situation: you’ve shot a bunch of rounds and you have time for a tactical reload. Where do you put the half spent mag?
Okay, maybe love is the wrong word for the title (though realize it is in quotes), but, I do know that I love shooting and the lifestyle that comes with it, so, with a wink, here are eight things I truly enjoy about picking up brass
Depending on the situation, the most common caliber used in the AR-15 isn’t always the most desirable, and that’s where the 300 Blackout begins to make its mark.
While most people don’t enjoy reloading, having some of these products at their disposable goes a long way to make it less stressful.
Hornady just released this video detailing a few of their upcoming products for next year including new loads for plinking, hunting and self-defense.
Legend has it that Elmer Keith got the ball rolling with reverse-loaded bullets when he found it hard to find proper soft-point rounds for hunting deer.
This is a pretty cool experiment over at The Ammo Channel that proves you can use ground-up safety match heads (and a little bit of striker strip) to make your own gunpowder and primers.
Hornady has announced the return of 17 cartridges and bullets for reloaders that were taken out of production in order to focus on more popular products.
Here’s Nosler’s easy guide for beginner reloaders. Reloading is getting a lot more popular what with ammo availability of late.
Ammo, a controlled explosion inside of an expensive fragmentary steel object, is not a good place to take risks. Especially when that explosion takes place inches away from a shooter’s face.