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  • Pistol Powder in a Rifle Cartridge — The Handloader’s Nightmare

    This is a grim tale. A man almost lost the use of his right hand, and did suffer terrible injuries to his fingers. All because he picked the wrong bottle of powder off the shelf. Similar Labels, Disasterous Consequences The shooter, Denny K., was assembling... Read more

  • Bargain Finder 33: AccurateShooter’s Deals of the Week

    At the request of our readers, we provide select “Deals of the Week”. Every Monday morning we offer our Bargain selections. Here are some of the best deals on firearms, hardware, reloading components, and shooting accessories. Be aware that sale prices are subject to change,... Read more

  • Tips for Summer Varmint Hunts — Gear and Guns

    Will you be heading to the varmint fields this summer? Proper planning is key to a safe, satisfying, and productive varmint holiday. Of course you’ll be busy reloading, but you should make a check-list of all the gear and supplies you need. Bring a variety... Read more

  • How to Make a Modified Case to Measure Length to Lands

    In this video, Forum member Erik Cortina shows how to create a custom modified case for use with the Hornady Lock-N-Load Overall Length Gauge (formerly the Stoney Point Tool). While Hornady sells modified cases for many standard cartridges, if you shoot a wildcat such as... Read more

  • Bullet Bell Curve — Sorting by OAL vs. Base to Ogive

    The USAMU recently published a “how-to” article about bullet sorting. While many of us may sort bullets by base-to-ogive length (and/or weight), the USAMU story explores the “how and why” of sorting bullets by Overall Length (OAL). Read the article highlights below, and make your... Read more

  • Check Out the Legendary .009″ Group By Mac McMillan

    .009″ — The Record That Stood for 40 Years. In 1973 Mac McMillan shot an amazing 100-yard, .009″ five-shot group in a benchrest match. The .009″ group was measured with a 60x microscope for verification. Mac McMillan shot the group using a handbuilt prototype McMillan... Read more

  • 5 Degrees of Doom — The Danger of Over-Shooting the Berm

    In our Shooters’ Forum, there was an discussion about a range that was threatened with closure because rifle over-shoots were hitting a farm building over two miles from the firing line. One reader was skeptical of this, asking “how’s that possible — were these guys... Read more

  • Great “Gunscapes” from Nightforce Optics

    Here are some great rifle-centric landscape images courtesy of Nightforce Optics. Perhaps these “gunscapes” will encourage you to grab your rifle and head out into the woods this weekend. These images are part of an ongoing series of rifle photos posted on the Nightforce Facebook... Read more