RCBS Chargemaster 1500 Review
By Jim Brown
For approximately a year or so now I have been using a RCBS Chargemaster 1500 for all my reloading, a simple tool to use in spite of its complicated appearance. This review will discuss my experience with it. The RCBS Chargemaster 1500 is a fairly...
Air Temperature Effects On Muzzle Velocity
By Gustavo F. Ruiz
Long Range is all about Ballistics. Beyond that, no more than luck can be expected without it.
It’s a well established scientific fact that air temperature influences muzzle velocity, and...
By Les Voth
Les' new book, Life Les'ons, is now available on Amazon HERE.
Previously, I told the story of my pursuit of one rifle. A custom rifle. A rifle that would do all I needed a rifle to do. A rifle I could accessorize for comfort and pursue accuracy with.
Mating Scopes To Rifles, Barrels & Stocks
By Don Bitz - Owner - Stocky's Stocks
Since the telescopic sight took off in popularity after WWII nearly every bolt-action rifle in the world and indeed many other types of rifles, wear some sort of magnifying optic as a means to place their...
Maintaining Consistency In Your Brass
By Jim See
My last article on brass prep centered on preparing new brass for loading. This article will cover maintaining that brass for long life and the processes I use in my brass loading prep. What I am outlining is what I do; I might spend more time in...