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Handloading Short-Barreled .308 Winchesters Bench Topics
John Haviland / Wolfe Publishing Co. 4/6/2016
The trend is toward shorter barrels for rifles chambered for the .308 Winchester to increase carrying ease and maneuverability. However, the result is a decrease in bullet velocity from short-barreled... Read More
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
Handloads for the 7.62x39 Bench Topics
Richard Mann / Wolfe Publishing Co. 1/13/2009
If you were to examine in detail what each cartridge can offer the shooter or hunter, you might find some things you’ve overlooked. The 7.62x39, made famous by Mikhail Kalashnikov, who designed the... Read More
Cast Bullets for the .35 Remington Load Development
John Haviland / Wolfe Publishing Co. 3/4/2014
Not until recently, after buying a Marlin 336C .35 Remington, did I verify my notion that the case is just the right size to hold enough powder to fire cast bullets at velocities of 1,900 to 2,000... Read More
Crimping Metallic Cases Bench Topics
John Barsness / Wolfe Publishing Co. 4/5/2006
Crimping apparently remains a mystery to many handloaders. One recently asked about "crimp diameter," the theory being that crimp was something that could be measured, just like bullet diameter. It... 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