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Military brass, range brass, “once fired” brass bought at a gun show. We are all looking for ways to save money these days on reloading components.
There are several good reloading handbooks on the market today. They are generally updated every few years and contain valuable information on new cartridges and new components.
One of our readers from Italy asked a question regarding the most recent article on cleaning by one of our technicians. In the article, the tech is reviewing his procedure for brushing using a bronze bore brush and TM Solution.
Here is a question that comes in frequently from customers to the Sinclair International Technical Center:
I have the right size jag and patch! Why doesn’t it fit down the bore?
The Hawkeye Borescope is an incredible piece of gear for shooters and gunsmiths. This precision instrument allows you to closely examine the inside of your rifle, shotgun, or handgun barrel with outstanding clarity and clear magnification.
Choosing the right sandbag to shoot off a bench isn’t as easy as it once was. Years ago if you wanted to upgrade from shooting off a bag of shot there were only a handful of different sandbags on the market.
This month our spotlight falls on Kestrel Weather Meters made by Nielsen-Kellerman.
The story of the Berger Hunting VLD is a story of discovery rather than design. The VLD bullet design was created by Ballistician Bill Davis during a project that also involved Dr. Lou Palmisano and Ferris Pindell of PPC fame.
Sometimes trying to find the best rear bag set-up for your particular shooting discipline can be a bit frustrating to say the least.
I took a pretty good look at Bryan Litz’s new book on ballistics and found that it is written so that almost any shooter can read this and get so much from what Bryan is presenting to us.
We have all been there…..you place a piece of tumbled brass in the shellholder of your press, raise it into the die, and suddenly it is like somebody hit the brakes.
Until recent times, cartridge neck annealing was a process that shooters either “Swore By” or “Swore At”. For many, annealing enables the hand-loader to revive their brass and keep it as workable as the day they bought it.