Monthly Archives: April 2013

Thoughts for Load Development in .30 Caliber Gas Guns

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Robert Treece Printing deadlines for the latest reloading manual kept us from working up specific data for .30 caliber gas guns, as was intended. Note that barrel lengths for most gas guns are usually … Continue reading

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Bye Bye Fly

Bryan H. made our day when we received his email this morning.  He wrote: “I wanted to reach out to you guys and thank you for producing the most accurate bullets!  I was at range this week, sighting in my … Continue reading

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Now Hiring: Jobs Available in the Shooting Industry

Have you (or someone you know) always dreamed of working at Sierra Bullets in Sedalia, Missouri? Current Job Openings: • Machine Shop • Ballistician • Production Manager Check out the details on our website: http://goo.gl/rQqae

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Sierra Bullets Still Shipping

Just in case you heard the false rumors that we have stopped shipping bullets, check out these three trucks (FedEx, Old Dominion, and Estes) lined up at the Sierra Bullets shipping dock on Friday afternoon. We just want to reassure … Continue reading

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A Tribute to World War II Sniper Ted Gundy

World War II sniper veteran, Ted Gundy, was a sniper during the Battle of the Bulge. Ted hadn’t seen his Army issued Springfield 1903A4 since 1944, but he’s in for a surprise and then he’ll try a shot he’s never … Continue reading

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Losing Bullets

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Paul Box From time to time I get calls about shooters “losing” a bullet.  This has become more common from the .204 Ruger than any other caliber that I can remember. Losing a bullet … Continue reading

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I Sized the Case, But……………..

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Duane Siercks Another very common question or problem that we get calls on here in the 800 Tech Room involves a step in the sizing process. Quite often we get the call where after … Continue reading

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