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The Antiquated .300 H&H Ackley Improved Load Development
John Haviland / Wolfe Publishing Co. 2/8/2013
To retire a useful rifle is a crying shame, but the rifle in my hands would take considerable work to get it back into the field. The rifle was originally a Winchester Model 70 .300 H&H Magnum, but... Read More
New Tools, Powder, Bullets and Books Bench Topics
Richard Mann / Wolfe Publishing Co. 2/5/2009
I just returned from the 2009 SHOT show, where several interesting new products were revealed. Soon these items will be in hand, and we’ll have a better idea of just how well they work. For now,... Read More
.375 H&H Improved Bench Topics
Michael Fairbanks / Wolfe Publishing Co. 4/1/2012
One look at the .375 H&H’s long, sloping case, and there’s no surprise that considerable efforts have been made in improving the design. A quick perusal of A-Square’s Any Shot You Want, Barnes... Read More
Improved Cartridges Tech Tips
Ron Spomer / Wolfe Publishing Co. 7/30/2006
You hear a lot of talk about “improved” cartridges, which are standard factory cartridges that have been “blown out” and had their shoulders “sharpened” or flattened, usually to 35 or 40 degrees.... Read More
Barrel Length Variations in the .223 Remington Load Development
John Haviland / Wolfe Publishing Co. 8/20/2012
Shorter barrels in rifles chambered in .223 Remington are the latest trend. I’ve wondered, though, how much of the .223’s velocity and ballistic uniformity are lost when standard 22- or 24-inch... Read More
One Neat Ballistics Manual Tech Tips
Stan Trzoniec / Wolfe Publishing Co. 5/7/2020
One of my favorite haunts are old bookstores. Not the kind that spring up in shopping centers, but I mean old! Even before I walk in, they have to have creaky floors, rustic beams, smell musty and... Read More