RELOADING
John discusses the most basic part of handloading for accuracy: resizing cases so they’re straight, all the way from the head to the mouth.
SIZING RIFLE CASES STRAIGHT

The most basic part of handloading for accuracy is resizing cases so they’re straight, all the way from the head to the mouth. There are a bunch of solutions to the problem, but the simplest is …

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What can the .30-30 do? Well, in its early days many hunters considered it a fine all-around North American cartridge, so killed elk, moose and grizzlies without many problems.
THE .30-30 WINCHESTER

My final “big” game animal of 2014 was an eating-sized South Texas pig, taken on December 14th with the .30-30 Winchester, the same cartridge used on …

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