Long Range Hunting, whether you agree with it or not, has grown massively in popularity in the last couple of years. Alongside that, the development of long range hunting bullets to meet with the new, unique demands of shooting at an animal that far away.
While the terms Reloading and Hand Loading are often interchanged, they really is a difference in the two. It’s the sort of thing that only matters to those it matters two, and then, those people are likely to be hand loading.
In a nutshell, a chronograph lets you measure the speed that the bullet leaves the barrel. This information, in conjunction with data about the bullet you are firing and the environment you are shooting in, lets you start mapping out the expected flight path of the projectile.
What are the differences between the V3 and the cheaper Sporter version, which one should I get? Here there are: Magnetospeed V3 vs Sportster
I have a Field Steel competition this weekend. In preparation, I took an opportunity to get out and confirm my zero and true my ballistic data. Like many things, a little bit of preparation can help a lot when under pressure on the day.
In our previous article, we discussed why we would want to anneal our brass necks. This article, we will cover a couple of methods of ‘how’.
In the first part of a series on annealing – we will cover off exactly what annealing is and what it does, in the second, we will cover off a couple of specific methods to anneal and finally, my current methodology. Understanding Brass Annealing – all brass is. Occasionally you will see some ammo that…
It’s not all about group size.
Preparing for the next range day. New primers, new load development. Fireforming.
My 700 build is slowly coming along. The Optics for it will turn up shortly, so I figured it was time to start getting some rounds ready to shoot through it.