it's just not possible to go point-by-point in
these pages and fairly represent this book. It's
not a book on "reloading," and it's sho not a
step-by-step on "how to load ammunition." What it
is, is a book on ammunition performance. The loaded
round is a part of a system that includes the
rifle, the course of fire, and, of course, the
each process and problem actually was the easy
part, and, rest assured, that does make
Handloading For Competition a book on
reloading, and also a step-by-step guide to
assembling a high-quality round of ammunition.
Stopping there, however, sells the book short --
well short -- and doesn't do the reader the service
for Competition met its goal. It's probably
best to download the section Contents pages and
look over them to get an idea of what's in this
book, and how it's presented. The bottom line is
that Handloading For Competition, taken in
full, will give anyone interested in competitive
rifle shooting a whole lot to learn, and a whole
lot more to think about.
GETS TALKED ABOUT...]
Range ammunition detailed by Scott Medesha,
gunsmith and US Palma Team Member.
pressure problems (and creating them). The debate
over primer reading and some valuable insight into
primer problems, like pierces and blow outs.
Doesn't have to happen! And fixing case neck
"doughnuts" for good!
about the effects and influences on the case and
load each firing, and, of course, how to keep
most current information possible on bullets,
tools, cartridge choices, and propellants.
cautions, and advice, for AR15 and AR-10
Learn all sides of
the moly-coated bullet "debate." Common sense
prevails! Details on coating application and also
barrel cleaning methods that really
considerations for slow-fire ammunition: learn a
bullet seating tactic that can work better than
all, and the truth about "benchrest" loading
Special sections on
progressive presses, budgeting, and developing work
space and methods.
TO BE KIND TO YOUR BLACK PLASTIC