Tag: NRL

5 Shots, One Hole: 6 Dasher Load Development Initial Results

Load development is a critical pathway that leads to “great things” for those of us that are obsessed with precision and accuracy. What’s difficult about load development is how time consuming it can be. Variables include brand of brass, powder type, powder charge, primer type, bullet type, bullet seating depth, and more. If you multiply […]

NEW Expanding Mandrel Die from L.E. Wilson

I do a lot of shooting with loads using brand new brass. And the results can be downright impressive! One challenge I’ve had with loading new brass (a frequent issue) is excessive neck tension. New brass necks tend to come a tad undersize (0.001″-ish). There are also situations where you’ll find dented or imperfect case […]

Spotlight on D-M Targets: AR500 Steel Targets and Hangers

Anyone with acreage and long-range rifles needs a bunch of steel targets! And that’s what I’ve been working on lately, getting the UR Ranch setup for some serious shooting and training. Recently, I’ve become friends with Seth Gardner of D-M Targets from Washington State. He shoots in the same circles, and is super-involved in the […]




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