Tag: Lock-N-Load

Hornady Rifle Bullet Feeder Part 5: Loading 308 for the AR-10

I am known to be a bit of an extremist. If shooting an AR-15 is fun, wouldn’t shooting an AR-10 be more fun? I actually enjoy both, but I do shoot my DPMS LR-308B quite a bit. That means I’m loading 308 Winchester quite a bit, and that’s what this post is about: loading for […]

Hornady Rifle Bullet Feeder Part I: Overview

With this post, I’m excited to kick-off a new blog series covering Hornady’s Lock-N-Load Rifle Bullet Feeder. With a totally new and unique bullet feed die system and many other innovative features, this bullet feeder provides unique capabilities that I’m looking forward to showing you. We’ll cover an overview of this new system (this post), […]

Do I really need a bullet feeder?

So there you are sitting at your reloading bench cranking out some ammunition and a thought comes into your head. What if I added a bullet feeder to this press? I could really speed things up, and it would be fun to get a new press accessory! But you may also ask yourself: Will it […]

Wondering what shellplate you need for your Hornady Lock-N-Load press?

I was just doing some online research to help a reader with a question about cartridges and Hornady Lock-N-Load equipment, and found the following super-helpful chart (click to enlarge)   If you’ve ever been wondering what shellplate or shellholder you need for your Hornady Lock-N-Load press, this will get you sorted out in no time! Thanks, […]

Ultimate Reloader Handles and Bullet Trays for Hornady Lock-N-Load In Stock!

Thanks everyone for your patience while we’ve been out of stock on our ergonomic roller handles and bullet trays for the Hornady Lock-N-Load AP. These items are now in-stock! You can find out more and order them here: Ultimate Reloader Combo Pack for Hornady Lock-N-Load Ultimate Reloader Modular Bullet Tray System for Hornady Ultimate Reloader […]

AR-MPR: Phase II Kick-Off

Now that we’ve build and function checked the AR-MPR rifle (See Brownells Videos for Complete Details), it’s time to move from Phase I (Build) to Phase II – Precision Loading and Rifle Accurizing/Tuning. This rifle has already proven that it’s capable of meeting the original accuracy goal of .5 – .75 MOA (See Range Report […]

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