When it comes to precision reloading and shooting, the main goal is to ensure everything from start to finish in the reloading process is close to the same as possible.
Wow, not only do I have to clean my gun but I have to clean my cleaning gear too™ Well, yes you do or at least you should.
One time, after I had cleaned some rifles in the garage, my wife told me to go chase the skunk from under the pine tree. The joke was on me. I was the skunk.
In the August 2012 Reloading Press, Bill Gravatt, President of Sinclair International, shared his experience using the Thumler’s Tumbler and stainless steel pin media to clean some .308 brass just before the National Matches.
A gunblogger commented that he'd like to start reloading except the lack of room in his cramped apartment prevents him from doing that – and I fully sympathize.
“Case reforming” is the process by which a brass case made for one cartridge is reworked to become a case for a different cartridge. A common reason to reform cases is to create nonstandard or “wildcat” cartridges that offer improved performance.
As many of our customers know, Sinclair International sells Berger bullets. One of questions we get asked about Berger bullet is if it’s okay to use the match target bullets for hunting™
For much of the country, the dreary time of year known as winter is in full effect with spring some weeks away. With the cold weather limiting our range time, how are we supposed to improve our skills and become better shooters™
A lot of folks hear about annealing brass cartridges cases, and just assume it must be something that’s hard to do.
Today, let’s address what some would consider “prepping the brass” for reloading. To do this, you’ll need to decide what brass cleaning method will be the best for our personal needs.
In 2011 Redding came out with a new type of carbide sizing die for straight wall pistol cartridges, the “Dual Ring” sizing die. This die uses two carbide rings of different diameters to size the cartridge case.
We get tech questions on neck turning all the time here at Sinclair. Here are my replies to some of the most common questions:
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