Monthly Archives: July 2015

Reloading: A New Hobby

Written by Sierra Bullets Customer Joseph Latino  Joseph Latino is a retired USAF Master Sergeant and a teacher and avid hunter, shooter and fisherman.  He has been reloading for 27 years, and is a huge fan of Sierra Bullets.  Attention … Continue reading

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How On Earth Did I Miss That Shot?

Written by Sierra Bullets Chief Ballistician Tommy Todd Over the years I have been on a hunting trip or possibly even just out shooting and enjoying the outdoors with a fine rifle, and have experienced a flat-out miss when shooting … Continue reading

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Load Tuning Questions

Written by Sierra Bullets New Product Development Manager Mark Walker When I began shooting F-class several years ago, everyone told me that my gun must hold “waterline” elevation to be competitive. Using a load with very little vertical will give … Continue reading

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2015 Briley West Cost Steel Championships

The Piru, California dust has now settled on the 2015 Briley West Coast Steel Championships, and what an absolutely stellar event it was! It exceeded all expectations and was the best edition to date. They hosted 396 entries (including 49 … Continue reading

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Shooting the 7.62 x 39

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Gary Prisendorf I was talking with a friend the other day about just how ridiculous gun prices have become. He said if we knew back then what we know now, we would be rich. … Continue reading

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