Category Archives: X-Ring Articles

Fall…My Favorite Time of the Year

Written by Ballistic Technician Duane Siercks The cooler days and nights, the occasional frosty morning, the warm afternoons, and then the color changes all around. This is the time to really be outside and there is so much to do. … Continue reading

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Great for Targets – Not for Hunting

Written by Ballistic Technician Philip Mahin Although Sierra’s MatchKing bullets are recognized around the world for record-setting accuracy, they are not recommended for hunting because of their definition as a nonexpanding bullet. Despite this, hunters from all walks have used … Continue reading

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Reloading Sierra’s Two Newest MatchKings in .308 Winchester – 125 & 135 Grainers

Written by Ballistic Technician Robert Treece These newest target bullets aren’t shown in the Sierra 5th edition reloading manual (our latest). No specific data has been compiled as of yet – expect the 125 grainer (stock #2121) to be “lumped” … 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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