Author Archives: Sierra Bullets

Super Clean Brass Without Breaking The Bank

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Gary Prisendorf I recently purchased 1,000 rounds of once fired 5.56 LC brass that was fully processed and ready to load. The brass had been wet tumbled, using stainless steel pins and looked great … Continue reading

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The M118 LR Chamber: The .223 Wylde of the .308 AR World

Guest blog from our friends at Criterion Barrels, Inc. A typical AR-10 or other .308 AR pattern rifle will normally come standard with a SAAMI specified .308 Win chamber. While this configuration is designed to accommodate a wide range of … Continue reading

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Sectional Density, What Value Does it Have Today?

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Paul Box All of us who have been in reloading and shooting for any period of time have read how sectional density has been regarded as a bullet’s ability to penetrate.  Back before high … Continue reading

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Long Range Load Development

Written by Sierra Bullets Product Development Manager Mark Walker [First published July 3, 2014]   Since I just put a new barrel on my F-class rifle this spring, I figured it might be a good time to discuss load tuning for … Continue reading

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Texas Hog Hunt 2017

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Duane Siercks On May 15, four Sierra employees were given the opportunity to travel to Albany, Texas to enjoy a couple days of hog hunting. They departed the Sierra Plant in Sedalia, Mo. early … Continue reading

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A Pistol Bullet for Deer Season

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Phil Mahin I have always wanted a lever action rifle chambered in 45 Colt.  I finally got my chance to purchase one last summer that I could use for deer season.  What I found … Continue reading

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Should I Outside Neck Turn My Brass?

Written by Ballistic Technician Paul Box This is a question we get just about every week. Should I neck turn my brass? Well, the answer can be yes….and no. Let’s look a little deeper into it. Naturally, if we had … Continue reading

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