Tag Archives: beginning reloading

Reloading Seminar At Winter Camp 2015

Written by Ballistic Technician Duane Siercks Over the last several years I have been given an opportunity to present a reloading seminar/ basics reloading class at the Mountain Springs Youth Camp located at Grannis, AR.  This all began with a … Continue reading

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10 Easy Steps to Teach a Girl How to Reload Her Own Ammunition

Written by Sierra Bullets Advertising & Marketing Coordinator Amanda Stice Can you teach a girl to reload? I’m not sure what ballistic technician Duane Siercks did to anger our boss, but a few weeks ago he was assigned the job … Continue reading

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Reloading: A New Hobby

Written by Sierra Bullets Customer Joseph Latino  Joseph Latino is a retired USAF Master Sergeant and a teacher and avid hunter, shooter and fisherman.  He has been reloading for 27 years, and is a huge fan of Sierra Bullets.  Attention … Continue reading

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Great Articles About Ammunition Reloading By Tom McHale

Author Tom McHale has written a series of informative articles about reloading.  Check them out if you have some spare time. To Reload or Not to Reload: 12 Important Considerations With the recent ammunition shortages, there are a lot of … Continue reading

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A Trick For Stubborn Carbon Removal

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Rich Machholz Christmas is past, New Year’s has come and gone so now what is there is look forward to… Spring?  Could it be brass prep for the upcoming season?  Probably not you say. … Continue reading

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Recalling Reloading with Leon

Written by Sierra Ballistic Technician Duane Siercks My first experience at reloading occurred more years ago than I care to admit. The memories of sitting with an elderly neighbor and him, kind of grumpily, explaining what we were doing, I … Continue reading

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