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NEW RCBS MATCHMASTER Dies! Tested in 6mm Creedmoor

RCBS is constantly looking at ways they can make their products better. One such example is their latest die set: “MATCHMASTER”. Aimed at people reloading long-range precision ammunition, this die set builds on the familiar RCBS Gold Metal die set SKUs with a few key refinements. You can check out the new lineup of MATCHMASTER […]

UR Update: Win $50 Starline Brass Gift Certificate!

Here we are! Time for another UR update. Hope everyone is having a great summer, I am for sure. I’ve been shooting pretty much every day, and have been working on some great projects and stories. In this update, I’ll announce the Lyman All American 8 turret press winner, and give you all a chance […]

TESTED: NEW Berger 156 grain 6.5mm Elite Hunter Bullets

It’s that time of year again: big game hunting season! Bear season started just a week ago where I live, and I’m hoping for success in the coming weeks! And then there’s Deer season, lots to look forward to. And that means it’s time to get hunting ammunition sorted out, and perhaps try something new. […]

10% OFF AMP Mark II Brass Annealer, 3 days only!

Annealing Made Perfect makes a GREAT brass annealing machine: the AMP Mark II. Until now, Annealing Made Perfect sold to the US market only through retailing partners. Now you can buy direct from Annealing Made Perfect in the US, and to celebrate, I worked with the team at Annealing Made Perfect to offer the biggest […]

Converting Weaver Bases to Accept Picatinny Scope Rings

Why do we have standards that are “close but not quite compatible”? I ask myself that frequently when it comes to technology, tools, and firearms. I ran into this exact issue a few days ago when I went to install a scope on my TC Compass. The only scope rings I had that would work […]

Annealing Made Perfect: AMP Mark II Unboxing, Setup, Annealing

If you reload ammunition, you should care about metallurgy. If you demand accuracy and long life from your brass, the process of annealing your cases will become an important part of brass prep and maintenance. If you form cases, you’ll likely want to incorporate annealing into the process so that you can get the best […]

Forster Datum Dial: One Tool for Case Sizing and Bullet Seating Checks

When you’re working on precision reloading, there are some measurements that are straightforward, and some that take some extra care and tools. When you’re measuring Cartridge Overall Length (COL) for example, you can use a set of digital calipers and just measure the length of the cartridge from base to bullet tip. But when you […]

TESTED: Canik TP9SFX Pistol In-Depth and Comparison to Glock 17

A few months ago I competed in a “mostly rifle” match called the Findlay Cup. An unexpected part of this competition was shooting steel with handguns at ranges from about 20 yards all the way out to 100 yards. I used my Glock for this part of the match, and did pretty well. I really […]

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