Tag Archive: ammunition

Jan
22

Once Fired is Best

I’ve heard a lot of opinions on what to shoot at major matches… New brass only, or well used, or whatever I have laying around, or whatever happens to be loaded up… My opinion is that once fired brass, fired in your gun from new brass, is the only way to go… Here’s why…

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May
20

Montana Gold Bullet’s 121gr IFP

It’s good to have options, ya know? Luckily, there are two 121 grain bullets available in the marketplace, and when one is scarce, the other is usually available. I recently picked up a couple of cases of Montana Gold Bullet’s 121gr IFP bullet, because the Zero 121gr JHP isn’t easily findable, right now. After loading …

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Apr
20

The Zero 121gr JHP

I’ve been periodically posting a short review of the gear I’ve been using. While success as a practical shooter is primarily about a given shooter’s abilities, having solid gear goes a long way to allowing the shooter to make the most of their talent. To that end, the accuracy potential of your ammunition is certainly …

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Apr
19

A Case for the Gauge

In terms of equipment, a solid match performance rests in large part on match quality ammunition. Regardless of whether you reload, one of the most important quality inspection tools that you can use to insure that you’ve got match ready ammo happens to be a simple piece of steel that’s had a chamber reamer for …

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Mar
06

Redding Competition Seat Die

When I set up my new Dillon XL650 press, I decided to add a new toy to the mix – the Redding Competition Seat Die. Read on for a short review of this cool piece of reloading gear!

Permanent link to this article: http://re-gun.com/2011/03/redding-competition-seat-die/

Mar
05

Eye pro, people. Wear it.

Sometimes it’s really easy to get complacent about safety when the risks seem so far off. “It’ll never happen to me”, right? Wrong. It will, eventually. You spend a long enough time doing something, like, say, reloading ammunition, and something bad will happen. If you’re not prepared, you stand a good chance of getting hurt. …

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Mar
04

Make your scale more accurate

We have a small problem with the scales made for reloaders. They are only accurate to a tenth of a grain – and we’re measuring charges where that tenth is important. It’s very hard to determine when you’re exactly at that tenth, or slightly in between it and the next tenth. We really need a …

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Mar
04

Match Ammunition

Many of us travel to major matches with a big weak link in our shooting bags, and many times we do it cause we’re just flat out cheap! So, with the match season getting into full gear, and with folks approaching their first or second big match of the year, it seemed like a great time to discuss a subject that everyone seems to be thinking about around this time of year: Match Ammo!

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