Like many of us, I am always looking for opportunities to make better, more consistent ammunition. In many cases, while we are getting started, this often means reading and trying any and all suggestions on the internet.
Accurate charge weight is a fundamental step towards increasing consistency in your reloads. Accurate powder scales are a critical component to this. An accurate reloading scale goes a long way towards better reloading. What factors can affect the accuracy of the scales, and what can you do to reduce them?
A couple of reviews have come in for our recent Long Range Shooting - Level 1 Fundamentals Course. Through conversations both online and at the range, it's been great hearing how much the attendees learnt and how they are applying it in the regular shooting.
In our previous article in the series, we discussed some terminology that is going to be referred to in this article. If you haven't read it already, head back and read it first. It's a whole lot of words, but what relevance does it really have to us as reloaders?
Before we start optimising our handloads, it is important that we understand some of the terminology used in the process. Meplats, Ogives, Secants, oh my!