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Barnes Bullets in the .458 Winchester Magnum Bench Topics
Michael Fairbanks / Wolfe Publishing Co. 2/4/2013
There are two schools of thought regarding the .458 Winchester Magnum. There are those, like the late Finn Aagaard,who consider the .458 strictly as an African cartridge for dangerous game and are... Read More
How to Develop Accurate, High Performance Handloads Load Development
Brian Pearce / Wolfe Publishing Co. 6/12/2007
<p>This is the first of a series of new bi-monthly articles from Brian Pearce on Load Development. Six times a year he will choose a caliber from email requests we receive and develop loads from... Read More
.357 Magnum in a Rifle Load Development
John Haviland / Wolfe Publishing Co. 4/1/2012
The .357 Magnum is a useful and fun cartridge when fired from a revolver. Shot from the longer barrel of a rifle, though, the .357 shows a pronounced improvement in velocity and trajectory. I thought... 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
The .243 Winchester Bench Topics
John Barsness / Wolfe Publishing Co. 5/1/2007
The .243 Winchester is far and away the most popular "light big game cartridge" in North America and perhaps the world. Probably more kids and women are handed a .243 for their first hunt than any... Read More
Nosler Reloading Guide 8 Bench Topics
R.H. VanDenburg, Jr. / Wolfe Publishing Co. 7/24/2017
The Nosler Reloading Guide 8 is well worth consideration. Much like previous editions, the hardcover book has a sewn binding and includes 800 pages. One of the many things I like about Nosler manuals... Read More