Handloader 239 February 2006
On the cover . . . The M1D military sniper rifle is shown with the issue scope. Rifle photo by Yvonne Venturino. Elk photo by D.R. Franz/Royal Tine Images. Turkey inset photo by John R. Ford.
This issue features: More Bullets- Reloader’s Press by Dave Scovill, .577-3 Inch- Cartridge Board by Gil Sengel, Handloading Loonies- Mike’s Shootin’ Shack by Mike Venturino, El Paso Saddlery Holsters- From the Hip by Brian Pearce, Vihtavuori N530- Propellant Profiles by R.H. VanDenburg, Jr., Mike’s Take on the .30-06 King of the Hill for 100 Years 1906-2006 by Mike Venturino, Long-Range Bullets Secrets to Downrange Performance by Ron Spomer, .25-35 Winchester and the New Model 94 A place still remains for a fun gun. by John Haviland, Why the .308 Is Great Versatility! by John Barsness, Handloading the .222 Remington The Classic “Triple Deuce” by Brian Pearce, Winchester’s Hi-Density Nontoxic Shot 90+ Percent Patterns at 40 Yards by Wallace Labisky, Walther’s P-38 Double-Action 9mm by Al Miller, New from Nosler Product Tests by Al Miller, Dixie Gunworks 2005 Catalog Book Reviews by Al Miller, What’s New in the Marketplace Inside Product News by Clair Rees, A View From Downunder Bullets & Brass, Handloader Magazine DVDs DVD Reviews, Master Index, Brass and Flags Hunting Handloads by John Barsness. And much more!