Monthly Archives: September 2015

Personal Defense Ammo for a 38Spec

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Philip Mahin This is a continuation of my last post giving my results from my 1911 chambered in 45ACP. I’ll be reporting on my Smith & Wesson Model 10 chambered in 38Spec with a … Continue reading

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Usable Hunting Zeros

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Rich Machholz I don’t know how many times a week I get asked my opinion about what constitutes the best zero for a hunting rifle. Sometimes the question is “if I am zeroed at … Continue reading

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2015 Michigan Multi-Gun Championship

Written by Sierra Bullets Media Relations Manager Carroll Pilant I just had the pleasure of attending the Michigan Multi-Gun Championship in Brighton, Michigan on the 19th (ROs) and 20th of September. Held at a private gun club called the Livingston … Continue reading

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2016 Generation III 3 Gun Match

Written by Sierra Bullets Media Relations Manager Carroll Pilant Well, I just returned from the Generation III 3 Gun match at Lake Ozark, Mo. Four of  us made the short trip. Pat Daly, the president of Sierra, Gary Prisendorf, one … Continue reading

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Does Bullet Shape Influence Accuracy?

Written by Sierra Bullets Chief Ballistician Tommy Todd A question we often have to answer here at Sierra is referencing bullet shape and how accurate it is. An example would be the Sierra #2130-30 caliber 150 grain Spitzer bullet and … Continue reading

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FNH 3 Gun Match Reports

Match Report from Bruce Piatt The FNH-USA 3 Gun Championship was held at the Peacemaker National Training Center in Glengary WV last week, September 3-5.  About a week out, I was prepping my usual Heavy Metal Iron Sight gear for … Continue reading

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Is it Time to Replace Your Firing Pin Spring?

Written by New Product Development Manager Mark Walker Recently I have noticed a few threads on shooting forums that discuss the advantages of replacing the firing pin springs in your rifles on a regular basis. This is to make sure … Continue reading

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