Monthly Archives: March 2017

Reloading: Saving Money or Not?

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Philip Mahin    *Please note I have corrected the miscalculation on the primer cost on the updated version below.  There is no getting around the fact that shooting is an expensive sport if you … Continue reading

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Callin’ All Critters

Written by Ballistic Technician Duane Siercks Back last fall I received a phone call from a customer, Paul, asking for information   concerning a particular rifle he had purchased. As the conversation moved along, we visited at length about this rifle.  … Continue reading

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Velocity Increase In New Gun Barrels

Written by Sierra Bullets New Product Development Manager Mark Walker In a previous post, I discussed a couple of methods to tune a load to your barrel to help achieve the best accuracy possible. People most often work on load … Continue reading

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When a Rifle Guy Buys a Handgun

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Rich Machholz Over the years I had entertained the idea of a small concealable handgun.  I bought a nifty little Star 9mm Largo years earlier because it looked like a 1911 Colt, well … … Continue reading

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