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The Foundation To An Accurate Load…..Brass

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Paul Box We all know that it takes many things in the making of an accuracy load. We have to have a good barrel. It has to be fitted to the action proper. A … Continue reading

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Easy Ways to Save Yourself Headaches at the Range (Part 2)

Written by Sierra Bullets Media Relations Manager Carroll Pilant The tips below continue Easy Ways to Save Yourself Headaches at the Range (Part 1) Five: Check Your Crimps Rifle and handgun cartridges that are crimped with a roll crimp are … Continue reading

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Easy Ways to Save Yourself Headaches at the Range (Part 1)

Written by Sierra Bullets Media Relations Manager Carroll Pilant I had some gentlemen at my house last Fall getting rifle zeros for an upcoming elk hunt. One was using one of the .300 short mags and every 3rd or 4th … Continue reading

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Compromise. . .

Sierra Ballistic Technician Duane Siercks With today’s market being what we have seen it become, reloading components are in tight supply. It would be a good idea to try and locate what you will need throughout the next few months. … Continue reading

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Thoughts for Load Development in .30 Caliber Gas Guns

Written by Sierra Bullets Ballistic Technician Robert Treece Printing deadlines for the latest reloading manual kept us from working up specific data for .30 caliber gas guns, as was intended. Note that barrel lengths for most gas guns are usually … Continue reading

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Where have all the bullets gone?

Written by Sierra Ballistics Technician Philip Mahin In a nutshell, everywhere. But let me give a little explanation of what I mean, because anyone that has called lately knows what I’m talking about, but others may not. Ammunition is relatively … Continue reading

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