There's no need to overthink deer bullets. Classic cup-and-core bullets still do the job.
Is reloading your own dangerous game cartridges a good idea? Phil Massaro takes several .40-caliber rifle cartridges to the Dark Continent to find out.
Modern reloading of hunting revolver ammo can bring newfound interest to old iron.
Can handloading for AR-15 — and AR-10 — rifles achieve accuracy that matches modern bolt-actions?
The word “wildcat” denotes something untamed and rebellious. But that shouldn’t stop you from considering wildcat cartridges for hunting and shooting.
There are a ton of great powders out there for reloaders — and not all of them are new.
More than 100 years after its introduction, the venerable .30-06 remains one of the best all-around hunting cartridges. Period.
Handloading ammo for your favorite handgun shouldn’t be difficult, but you should never skimp on the crimping process.
The Cyclone Case Dryer gets shooters to the range or the reloading bench quicker.
The .300 Win. Mag. is well-suited for hunting 95 percent of the world’s game. Phil Massaro explains why.
Everyone loves the classic .45 Colt cartridge, and it’s still relevant after almost 150 years.
The 7mm Mauser, aka the 7X57mm Mauser, broke ground in the military and remains a top hunting choice today.
After a rough start, the powerful 10mm Auto has found its way into the hearts of many shooters.
What exactly is headspace, and how is it applied to different cases?
Load up on the online shooting resources you need to stay on target.
There are some relatively inexpensive extras you can pick up for your reloading bench that will make handloading all the more fruitful.



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