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Cult Gauges: Reloading 12- and 28-Gauge Shotshells

by Steve Gash 0

  Both the 16 and 28 gauge seem to experience a meteoric resurgence about once a decade, then fade into… more »


6 Reasons to Reload the .300 Blackout

by Joseph von Benedikt 20

The .300 Blackout is definitely a Kool-Aid kind of cartridge—you either love it or you don’t. Nobody I know has… more »


Reloading the .280 Remington

by Steve Gash 11

The .280 Remington debuted in 1957, but unfortunately it came along a few decades too late to become a monster… more »


Reloading the .45 Colt

by Steve Gash 10

  In 1873, the U.S. Army adopted a new service handgun and cartridge. The gun? The legendary Colt Single Action… more »


Reloading the 6.5 Creedmoor

by Steve Gash 0

  Few cartridge introductions have had the fanfare of Hornady’s 6.5 Creedmoor. It was developed in 2007 by Hornady’s Dave… more »


Reloading the .450 Marlin

by Bob Forker 0

  Introduced in 2000, the .450 Marlin is almost a teenager now. It was developed for Marlin by Hornady to… more »


Reloading the .222 Remington

by Steve Gash 9

  Right after World War II, American gun companies got busy updating old designs and developing new ones. Interest in… more »


Reloading the .44 Special

by Steve Gash 6

  The .44 Special is often ranked as one of the best revolver cartridges of all time. It’s superbly accurate… more »


Reloading the .25 WSSM

by Steve Gash 1

  Back when the Earth was flat and I still had hair, the term “short magnum” meant a cartridge based… more »


Reloading the 7.62×39

by Bob Forker 5

  The AK47 and its numerous variants are certainly on the very short list of guns that have been produced… more »


Reloading the 8mm Remington Mag

by Steve Gash 6

  Remington has a habit of bringing out neat cartridges just a bit off the bubble, and the 8mm Remington… more »

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