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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
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Jeremiah Polacek 2/25/2020
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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
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
Red Dot: THe Low-Cost Utility Powder Load Development
John Haviland / Wolfe Publishing 12/5/2019
In this age of ever-increasing propellant specialization, it’s nice to have a powder that works in a broad range of rifle and handgun cartridges and shotshells. Alliant Red Dot is one such powder. It... 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