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Online Shooting Tools – Hodgdon Pistol Load Data   Recently updated !

Reloading requires using a lot of reference data. We know this and want to constantly share with you the tools we find that can help you with such reference data. If you are like me, then you have several book shelves full of reloading references. Finding online tools to reduce that footprint is always a bonus. In this case, we share with you a wonderful reloading tool if you use Hodgdon powders.

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Jim’s Gems #5 – Didn’t Stay Holstered Long 2

Welcome to Jim's Gems #5. Well, Jim couldn't keep his concealed carry thoughts holstered long. After taking the brief sidebar with his AK, we are back on the trail of thoughts related to defensive handguns. In this article, Jim goes old-school on his thoughts about your holster and magazine carrier selection. Read carefully and avoid the dreaded drawer full of bad holster choices.

Podcast – Guns Smoking, Brass Flying #12

Welcome to our regular podcast, "Guns Smoking, Brass Flying". This is GSBF #12. We talk about all things guns. In this episode, we have some special bitchin' and whinin' (B&W going forward) about scopes and scope makers; I have a never ever again; and we discuss our changes to our website and the"Journey To..." series. Don't miss this episode.

Reloading Trays

Reloading 101 – Basic Reloading Process and Steps

Welcome to our "Reloading 101" series where we will teach you the basics of reloading. Reloading... That thing that only true "gun nuts" do, right? Wrong! Reloading is a great skill to have at any level of shooting you may be or be involved in. Even if you are just a casual shooter, doing so related to an activity like hunting, reloading will greatly advance your abilities to use your weapon in a more meaningful manner. In this article, we present the overall basic process of reloading and give a survey of each specific step.

Journey To…

Welcome to this transition in my "Journey to the USPSA Regionals" series to a new format: "Journey To...". After the better part of a year on my journey to becoming competitive at a USPSA regional level of skill, I decided that my goals and this series needs to adapt. Read this article about the new series format and intent, and enjoy our inaugural article in this newer version of the series.