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Introducing the Sierra GameChanger hunting bullets: the perfect combination of Sierra’s legendary match accuracy coupled with deadly penetration. Sierra re-engineered their legendary MatchKing bullet into a hollow point design for quick expansion and fitted it with a transparent green tip … Continue reading
6th Edition Manual Pictures As most of you are aware, we are in the production stages of producing Sierra’s next Manual. We need your help. We need pictures of your successes with a Sierra bullet, whether it be a hunting … Continue reading
Dear Valued Customer, We have discovered a product mix with Sierra Bullets projectile part number 1039, Lot Number 0120373435858GI. The product you have received may have .22 caliber bullets mixed in with the .20 bullets. We sincerely apologize for this … Continue reading
Sierra recommends a 6.5” twist barrel for the #9290 22 cal 90 gr HPBT bullet however for cartridges like the Valkyrie, that can push them over 2650 fps muzzle velocity, a 7” twist barrel will stabilize the bullet correctly.
Test Specifications/ Components Firearm Used: Universal Receiver Barrel Length: 24” Twist: 1-8’’ Case: Starline Brass for bullets 52-63 grain and Federal Premium for bullets 69-95 grains Trim-to Length: 1.590’’ Primer: Winchester WSR Remarks: The 224 Valkyrie, developed by Federal Cartridge … Continue reading
Test Specifications/ Components Firearm Used: Universal Receiver Barrel Length: 24” Twist: 1-9″ Case: Nosler Trim-to Length: 2.490”’ Primer: Winchester WLRM Remarks: The history of U.S. ordnance is full of examples of good cartridges that have passed into obsolescence. The 219 … Continue reading
We asked a few reloaders: “What is your favorite ‘don’t know how you ever lived without it’ piece of reloading equipment?” Check out their answers below. We would love to hear from you too, please share your response in the … Continue reading