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The .45 Auto Does it All Bench Topics
John Haviland / Wolfe Publishing Co. 10/30/2014
My niece recently made a steal of a buy on a barely used Colt Lightweight Commander .45 Auto. Of course, she came to show me the pistol, and the conversation quickly turned to what ammunition she... 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
Beginner's Guide to Loading the .45 Load Development
John Haviland / Wolfe Publishing Co. 12/19/2008
Reloading .45 Auto cartridges is a lesson that paying attention to the details ensures positive functioning of an autoloading handgun. When those procedures are perfected, a handloader can then... Read More
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
Handloader's Quest for Velocity Bench Topics
Richard Mann / Wolfe Publishing Co. 2/1/2010
A common theme among many handloaders is their quest for additional velocity. Last year I conducted a reloading seminar at the NRA annual meetings. Afterwards I was approached by several handloaders... Read More
How to Develop Accurate, High Performance Handloads Load Development
Brian Pearce / Wolfe Publishing Co. 6/12/2007
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