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9mm Pocket Pistol Shootout: Kel-Tec PF-9 Versus Glock 43

Concealed carry is very much a personal thing. Each individual will have their own requirements and persuasions related to chambering/caliber, carry method, and budgetary constraints just to name a few! I’ve personally carried 1911s in 45 ACP, a snub-nose revolver in 38 Special, a sub-compact in 9mm, my Glock 20 in 10mm, a 6″ 357 […]

Reloading 45 ACP with the Dillon 550B

The Dillon 550B (and newer RL-550B) are well-known for being solid performers that are simple to setup, and relatively affordable to setup and run. This press may not be loaded with all of the latest features (from what I know it was introduced well over 30 years ago), but it does have a “tried and […]

Ultimate Reloader Deal: Save 10% Off Processed Brass from East Coast Reloading Supplies

If you are going to reload, you’re going to need brass, and plenty of it! East Coast Reloading Supplies (ECRS) is all about quality brass, and they can help you save time in the reloading room! Offering ready-to-load brass in a variety of popular chamberings, ECRS brass comes shipped to your door in neat-and-tidy re-sealable […]

LEE Auto Bench Priming Tool: Overview, Setup, Priming .223 and .308 Cases

Priming tools and systems come in all shapes, sizes, and configurations. Priming your cases is one of the most important aspects of reloading ammunition, and it can also involve a lot of frustration and trouble. So when I saw the introduction of the new the LEE Auto Bench Prime, I was curious. Could this be […]

Reloading Essentials: RCBS Vernier Ball Micrometer

If you demand precision from your rifle, you need precision from your ammunition. If you need precision from your ammunition, you’ll need the proper precision measurement tools to “dial things in”. A good ball micrometer is an example of one of a handful of precision measurement tools you should have in your tool chest in […]

MagnetoSpeed Sporter Chronograph: Unboxing, Overview, and Shooting with the AR-15

I have somewhat of a checkered history with chronographs. You may be familiar with the drill: setup the chronograph, try and work with the lighting you have, possibly setup supplemental lighting, and then try to avoid shooting the chronograph gates (don’t ask me how I know this). Given the right conditions, light/shadow type (conventional) chronographs can […]

Overview: Inline Fabrication Quick Change Press Mounting System

Are you one of those people (like me) that want their cake, and you want to eat it too? When it comes to press mounting solutions, I want a setup that’s *both* totally rock-solid *and* super quick to setup and swap presses with. In this post, I’m going to cover a product lineup from Inline […]