Handloader 234 April 2005
On the cover . . . The Ballard High Wall .45-70 is outfitted with an Axtell tang sight. The new Ruger Vaquero is available in stainless steel or blued barrel and grip frame with colored frame. Rifle photo by John Barsness. Pistol photo courtesy of Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc.
This issue features: Correcting Mistakes- Reloader’s Press by Dave Scovill, .32 Remington- Cartridge Board by Gil Sengel, Ruger GP100- From the Hip by Brian Pearce, Vihtavuori N133- Propellant Profiles by R.H. VanDenburg, Jr., .45 Colt Variations- Mike’s Shootin’ Shack by Mike Venturino, The Traditional .45-70, Cheaply Strictly Handloading, No Black Magic by John Barsness, At Last, Ruger’s New Vaquero! A Midsized Single Action by Brian Pearce, Making and Testing Handgun Shotshells Short-Range Effectiveness by Mike Venturino, Handloading the Taurus Model 80 .38 Special Top-Notch Match Loads! by Steve Gash, 7mm Remington Short Action Ultra Mag Remington’s Pesky Seven by John Haviland, Colt New Service Revolvers A Man’s Sixgun by Al Miller, Tipton Gun Vise Product Tests by R.H. Vandenburg, Jr., What’s New in the Marketplace Inside Product News by Clair Rees, Catalog Corner Special Advertising Section, Colt Army Special .32-20 Winchester Bullets & Brass, Seating Depth Hunting Handloads by John Barsness. And much more!