Monthly Archives: May 2013

Seating Depth

Written by Sierra Ballistic Technician Paul Box One question I hear over and over on our 800 line is “My rifle’s throat is too long to allow me to seat close to the rifling.  I won’t get any accuracy will … Continue reading

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When will customers be able to get Sierra bullets?

We asked Sierra Bullets Vice-President of Sales, Matt Reams, “When will customers be able to get Sierra bullets?” The Short Answer:  That is a very tough question to answer and depends on a few things. The Long Answer: When will … Continue reading

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Why are there no Sierra bullets on the shelves?

We asked Sierra Bullets Vice-President of Sales, Matt Reams, “Why are there no Sierra bullets on the shelves?” The Short Answer:  I have been asked this many times this year.  People see this as a reason to think we are … Continue reading

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Has Sierra Bullets stopped or slowed production?

We asked Sierra Bullets Vice-President of Production, Doug Wickham, “Has Sierra Bullets stopped or slowed production?” The Short Answer: Actually, it is just the opposite. The Long Answer: We were lucky enough to have been approved for a expansion last … Continue reading

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Is the Government buying all the Sierra bullets so that there are none left for customers?

We asked Sierra Bullets Vice-President of Sales, Matt Reams, “Is the Government buying all the Sierra bullets so that there are none left for customers?” The Short Answer: Absolutely not. We have been asked this millions of times this year … Continue reading

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Compromise. . .

Sierra Ballistic Technician Duane Siercks With today’s market being what we have seen it become, reloading components are in tight supply. It would be a good idea to try and locate what you will need throughout the next few months. … Continue reading

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And That’s How I Got That

Written by Sierra Ballistic Technician Rich Machholz I got my first crescent (scope eye) from a pre-64 Model 70 Featherweight 270 Winchester that belonged to Russell Green at the gunshop behind Englemann’s Shoe Store in Chillicothe, Missouri.  It was a … Continue reading

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