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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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Unpointed Bullets Vs. Pointed Bullets

Written by New Product Development Manager Mark Walker While looking at one of the online shooting forums the other day, I ran across a discussion about whether or not pointing degrades the accuracy of the original unpointed bullet. Sierra has … Continue reading

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Tips and Tricks for New Reloaders

A while back we asked our Facebook friends what tips and tricks they had for new reloaders.  Check out their responses below: Walter Coats – “Just because a load manual says x grains of x powder with x bullet is … Continue reading

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Do You Have Load Data For…..?

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Duane Siercks We are often asked on the Tech Line if we have data for every conceivable cartridge, bullet, powder combination imaginable. It is not uncommon to hit a snag when trying to find … Continue reading

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Long Range Load Development

Written by Sierra Bullets Product Development Manager Mark Walker 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 long range shooting. Getting the … Continue reading

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